Miranda Kerr welcomes baby boy with Snapchat CEO
Last Monday, Miranda Kerr has given birth to baby boy at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. This is her first common kid with 7-year-younger husband, Evan Spiegel, the founder of the famous social networking site Snapchat. The boy was named Hart Kerr Spiegel, as a tribute to Spiegel's grandfather.
Besides Hart, the 35-year-old Australian model also has a 7-year-old son, Fynn, with her ex-husband, actor Orlando Bloom.
Miranda Kerr and her husband at a Louis Vuitton event last February. (Photo: Billy Farrell)
Miranda Kerr started dating with the technology billionaire in June 2015, two years after she ended her marriage with the handsome British actor. The couple engaged in July 2016, and later held a small wedding in their backyard in Los Angeles in May 2017.
Last November, a Kerr-Spiegel representative revealed that the couple was looking forward to the newest member of their family. Last week, Miranda posted on her Instagram a impressive pregnant photo on the cover of Stellar magazine.
The former Victoria’s Secret Angel on the cover of Stellar. (Photo: instagram @mirandakerr)
A cute news is that Fynn was also excited about the appearance of his half-brother. Earlier this year, Miranda shared her loving story with her son, when he was constantly asking his mother about his new little brother.
"He's very excited," Kerr told Jimmy Kimmel. "He's so excited that Evan and I had been together for a while and he was like, 'When are we going to have another baby brother or sister?' And we were like, 'Look, we've got to get married first.'"
The Australian beauty and her eldest son, Fynn Bloom in New York. (Photo: Splash New Online)
"So the day after the wedding, "she continued, "he comes running in and he's like, 'Mommy, is it in there?' I was like,'Honey, give it a minute.'"
Miranda Kerr seems to experience more difficult with the second pregnancy. "I have been getting hormonal headaches, which I never got with Flynn," the model share in an interview with the US Weekly, Apparently, my doctor said [with] the second pregnancy, your hormones kind of kick in a little stronger because they’re like, ‘Oh, yeah. I know what’s happening. I know what to do.’ So that’s probably why. "
The former beauty of Victoria's Secret also assured that the Snapchat CEO will not use this special moment of his family as a tool to promote his social network.
"No, I do not think so," said the model at another appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Love! last February. "What I love about Snap is you can send to your friends and family, like, you know, the little intimate moments that you’re sharing. So my family in Australia, we Snap all day long. But publicly, it’s like a different thing. You want to keep some things private.”
By: Anna Bennett