Miranda Kerr Finally Speaks Up About Split Rumors With Husband Orlando Bloom

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By Kristin Dian Mariano | February 6, 2013 4:06 PM EST

Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr finally answered the rumors that she and her husband are separated.

Miranda dropped by at "Today" show this morning and host Lisa Wilkinson courageously asked the model on the persistent rumours that she and hubby Orlando Bloom have broken up.

"We're wonderful. He's such an amazing partner, an amazing father and we're just really lucky. We do the best that we can with both of our schedules and we're really lucky to have each other. As long as [Orlando and I] know the truth, that's all that matters," Miranda answered confidently.

Miranda and her husband Orlando Bloom was caught in a spiral of split rumours early this year. However, recent actions of the two denied the reports of divorce and separation.

The 29-year-old model is in her hometown Australia to strut her stuff on the catwalk in Sydney tonight for the 175th anniversary of David Jones and the launch of their Autumn/Winter 2013 collection.

She is set to be one of the main stars at tonight's fashion show in Sydney wearing the latest styles from the fashion house.

Last week, she teased everyone for the upcoming launch with her sexy and fashionable photos in the company's new campaign. Miranda is seen in white knickers and a strapless bra in the campaign for David Jones department stores.

She is also snapped wearing a retro satin negligee for the Australian chain - celebrating 175 years in business this year. Brand Ambassador Miranda poses in the store's Autumn/Winter range in a series of striking shots. Marking the chain's special anniversary, she is seen in nostalgic looks dating back to the 1920s.

However, her husband Orlando and baby Flynn is back home in Los Angeles.

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