Miranda Kerr Talks "Bad Days and Negative Emotions" Post-Orlando Bloom Split: "Let It Pass"
Moving along! Miranda Kerr has insisted that she and her estranged husband Orlando Bloom "really do love each other," but that doesn't necessarily mean that there aren't bumps in their relationship. The blue-eyed supermodel, looking stunning on the cover of Net-A-Porter's The Edit, told the fashion mag that her emotions vary at times.
"We all have bad days and negative emotions," Kerr, 31, said of her split. "But I've realized it's important to sit with it and let it pass, and if it doesn't pass, choose a thought that will help it pass. Focus on what it is that you're grateful for. Having perspective is key."
Describing herself as "heart-centered" at one point in the interview, Kerr mused: "I always look for the best in every situation, no matter what it is. Even if it's something that's sad, upsetting or disappointing at the time, I think, 'There's a reason for this.'"
The parents to son Flynn, 3, announced their separation after three years of marriage in October 2013, but remain amicable. "I feel happiest when I'm with my son at the beach or the park," the NYC resident explained. "Privacy is the most important thing, especially being a mother."
Kerr has taken a break from modeling full-time to study nutrition. The former Victoria's Secret Angel has become a certified health practitioner, which is essential to developing her new skincare line KORA Organics. "I'm very driven," she explained. "I don't ever feel stressed; I feel calm when I'm multi-tasking."
"From my first photoshoot at 14, I never saw myself as a model," Kerr confessed. "If someone asks me what I do, I say, 'I have my own skincare line.' I don’t define myself as a model."
One thing she enjoys about modeling? "I like being able to find different aspects of myself and expressing them through a picture," she told The Edit. "It's fun. I might as well do it while I can. It's not going to last forever."