Orlando Bloom’s ex-wife Miranda Kerr congratulates Katy Perry on the arrival of her baby

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Miranda Kerr has sent her best wishes to her ex-husband Orlando Bloom.There was no bad blood when the model congratulated her ex and partner Katy Perry on the birth of their daughter Daisy.

The actor and singer announced that she gave birth to their adorable bundle of joy on Thursday and is full of love and happiness.

And it appeared that Orlando’s ex was also brimming with love for the couple as she congratulated them via social media.

“I’m so happy for you guys,” the former Victoria’s Secret model commented on their two Instagram pages alongside a heart and rainbow emojis.

She added: “I can’t wait to meet her. ”

Fans adore Miranda’s act of kindness and even called her ‘Co-Parenting Queen’.



Katy and Orlando welcomed their daughter Thursday

Orlando and Miranda divorced in 2013, but they have kept a healthy and “friendly” relationship.

Overwhelmed, Katy and Orlando announced the birth of their daughter in a statement on the Unicef ​​website, as they are both goodwill ambassadors to the world organization.

They broadcast the statement and posted a snapshot each holding Daisy’s finger.



Miranda has commented on their two shots



She left this sweet comment next to the photo

Miranda’s fans saw her sweet comment on the snap and responded immediately.

One gushed: “What a mature woman. Such a beautiful movement. ”

Others added, “Oh miranda, you are so nice and kind. ”

” You are awesome!! “



Miranda is Orlando’s ex-wife

“You and Orlando, a perfect example of what co-parenting should be. ”

In their joint statement, Katy and Orlando said how excited they were to become parents.

Orlando already shares his son Flynn with Miranda, but for Katy, it’s the first time she’s become a mom.

They posted: “We are floating with love and wonder over the safe and healthy arrival of our daughter.



Miranda and Orlando divorced in 2013

“But we know we are the lucky ones and not everyone can have such a peaceful childbirth experience as ours,” they said of the tough times in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

“Communities around the world continue to experience a shortage of caregivers and every eleven seconds a pregnant woman or newborn baby dies, mostly from preventable causes.

“Since COVID-19, many more newborn lives are at risk due to a greater lack of access to water, soap, vaccines and drugs that prevent disease. ”

The couple concluded, “As parents of a newborn baby, it breaks our hearts as we empathize with struggling parents more than ever. ”

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