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Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr Reportedly Engaged to Marry

November 12, 2008 (9:41 am) GMT
However, neither Orlando Bloom nor Miranda Kerr has issued a single statement on the report claiming they have engaged and are about to get married.
Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr Reportedly Engaged to Marry

Star magazine has broken the report that celebrity lovers and have engaged and already talked about getting married. While there has yet official confirmation from either parties or their representatives, Internet reports have been abuzz that the actor has proposed to the supermodel.

"They are talking about settling down and getting married in a year. They have had a bit of a crazy year, but they do love each other and she wants to be his wife," a source tells Star. No record just yet on when and where the couple will hold their wedding ceremony.

Despite rumors claiming they have separated, Orlando and Miranda are going strong with their love. The pair recently was spotted acting very romantic towards each other while they were having dinner at exclusive California eatery Primitivo. During the outing, Miranda was spotted sporting a collection of expensive jewelery, naming one was a stunning jewel-encrusted bracelet. Those bling is widely believed to be bought by the 31-year-old actor for the Victoria's Secret Angel.

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