Rumoured to be dating James Packard, Miranda Kerr broke her silence about the recent news that she's carrying the billionaire's baby after divorcing her husband, Orlando Bloom. The Australian supermodel denied all allegations that she is dating and carrying Packard's baby. Thanks to an American tabloid that claimed that she had been "talking babies" with the casino mogul.
Star magazine's source told the tabloid that the Kerr was eager to have a second baby and give her son Flynn a kid sister or brother, and even claimed that she is "feeling dizzy and nauseous on her recent trip to Munich." The source also added that she doesn't want a big gap between her children and reportedly eager to get pregnant again.
"There is no truth to it," Kerr cleared all speculations about her second pregnancy in an interview with the Daily Telegraph.
The controversial pregnancy came after the billionaire was involved in a brawl together with Chanel Nine boss David Gyngell. Caught fighting in the street in Bondi, the two gentlemen had a falling out when the report emerged claiming that Miranda was dating Packard.
"They weren't fighting over me," revealed the Victoria Secret angel in an interview with The Sunday Times. "James and I are friends, but people want to make a story, the public want to put me with someone."
This is not the first time that two men are fighting for her, just last month ex-husband Orlando Bloom was reportedly caught in a brawl with Canadian singer Justin Bieber while having a vacation in Ibiza, Spain. Based on reports, the "Baby" singer told the LOTR star "Say hi to Miranda for Me!" just moments that the actor tried to throw a punch on him.
The 31-year-old mother of one refused to comment her involvement about the brawl as she is enjoying her life as a single mother and still maintained a good relationship with Bloom for raising their three-year-old son. The couple announced their separation in October 2013 and since then the two stars are rumoured to be dating other people, Orlando was linked to Selena Gomez and Miranda to James Packard.