Miranda Kerr and Katy Perry did an IG video, bonded over being moms

Miranda Kerr has a pretty successful beauty line called Kora Organics. She also has a pretty successful family life with husband Evan Spiegel and her sons Flynn, Hart and Myles, and gets along well with her ex-husband, Orlando Bloom, and his fiancée, Katy Perry. After a bumpy start to Katy and Orlando’s relationship, we’ve heard that everyone gets along well for the sake of the kids. After watching this IG with Miranda and Katy, I believe it. They genuinely like each other and relate to each other with a familial comfort. It was nice to watch. Katy is wearing this gorgeous robe that Miranda gave her for Christmas, and they talk about using Flynn, who is Miranda and Orlando’s 10-year-old son, as their Kora product mule. That’s how Katy gets all her goodies from Miranda. They were complimenting each other about everything they both do in their busy lives, and that’s when they went on for several minutes on how much being a mom means to them. They also bonded over their kids being their “number one love” and said their children’s love has completed them.

Katy: Miranda is very health conscious, in our modern family she’s probably the most health conscious of everyone.

Miranda: [Orlando] is very much into fitness.

Katy: Yes he is, he’s an Adonis.

Whenever it’s time for Flynn to come over to our house, Flynn will also bring amazing nuggets of knowledge about skincare or food. We stopped eating eggs at our house. [I thought] ‘Woo woo California healthcare.’ Then I looked it up and I was like ‘no more eggs.’

Miranda: Anthony William, his books The Medical Medium and Cleanse to Heal, helped me so much. I got quite sick when I was pregnant. They say when you’re pregnant your immune system can be suppressed. I got gastrointestinal issues and the only thing that helped me was eating plant-based and pure.

The kids are my number one love as you know. It’s the best thing in the world, being a mom.

Katy: It’s the best job, it’s the most fulfilling. I got the opportunity to climb every mountain career-wise, but there was no feeling like when I had my daughter. That was all the love that I was ever searching for.

[From Miranda Kerr’s IG]

Miranda and Katy spoke about being a mom for close to three full minutes. Both ladies hold it as the single most fulfilling thing they’ve done, which is pretty impressive when you consider their respective careers. Katy talked about the love being, “an unwavering, unconditional love.” She said nothing was being asked of her as a mother, and that it just came naturally to her. I’m always happy for mothers who feel this way. I’ll admit, I also get a little jealous. I would love to feel about motherhood in the terms they describe. Maybe it just doesn’t come naturally for all of us. They not only have motherhood sorted, they have co-parenting figured out, which is fantastic for everyone involved. Whenever they referred to anyone in their family, there wasn’t any sense of that’s your family and this is mine, it felt fluid. I also like that Katy isn’t always necessarily on board with Miranda’s holistic and “woo woo” ideas, but she hears her out and does her own research on it. That’s respectful.

They talk a lot about crystals, which Miranda is a big believer in. She uses them in the production of her line. She filters the products through them to absorb the crystals’ energy, only after the crystal has been cleansed by the sun and the moon. I had some crystals gifted to me. I’m not a huge believer in them, but I’m also superstitious so I made them a special pouch and take them out during a full moon because what if I’m wrong, you know? So I don’t know if Miranda’s rose quartz and citrine filtering add anything to her Turmeric Glow, but she’s committed to it and it can’t hurt it. You can tell that’s Katy perspective too. Which again, is cool. Katy doesn’t have to believe in it. But she didn’t dismiss her, either.

On a superficial note, Katy said she’s not wearing anything but a little under the eye concealer and Miranda’s new Glow moisturizer and she looks incredible! She should always do less makeup. I might check this Turmeric Glow stuff out, both ladies look amazing. However they kept going on about the product’s packaging and how beautiful it was. I don’t actually like it that much.


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  1. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    All the glow stuff is very popular right now. As is tumeric anything. In my subscriptions, I’ve received many glows, and I actually like almost every one of them. I like them alone or over/under makeup. I think between glows and tinted moisturizers, I’m a happy camper.

  2. ChloeCat says:

    Motherhood is not for everyone. Many women do not want children or cannot have them for a variety of reasons. I find this mutual admiration society of theirs to be a little nauseating honestly. Katy was a real bitch to contestants when she was a guest judge on American Idol & Miranda married a billionaire. Neither one is a saint.

    • Lee says:

      Well said. Tired of women who constantly show off their kids. I don’t have any and I don’t think I ever will but I do not feel less of a woman.

  3. Case says:

    I think it’s great that they get along and have a seemingly functional modern family. That’s great for Miranda and Orlando’s shared son.

  4. SarSte says:

    As a child of a v messy divorce, I cannot imagine a world where functional co-parenting is possible, nevermind actually GETTING ALONG AS FRIENDS. Every time I see something like this in real life, it gives me hope.

    • Pixelated says:

      @sarst your profile pic is everything.
      ITA. It comes across as…not real. Also, any celeb skincare line is v suspicious to me.

    • Astrid says:

      When I read articles like this, I”m reminded that Orlando supposedly has a room dedicated to Lego and scotch. Their lives aren’t reality like the rest of us. How chill would you be if you didn’t have to worry about rent/mortgage, child care etc…

      • molly says:

        Orlando also seems like A LOT, so hopefully Katy and Miranda can also have a drink and bond over whatever he’s up to during the day.

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      I promise, it’s doable. I’m a child of a messy divorce too, so when I decided to throw my cheating husband of only five years into a frozen lake, for the sake of our two-year-old, I fished him out and drove his son half-way to him (175 miles each way) for the next 13 years. There were birthday parties, graduations, beach vacations, two more babies on my side, several relationships on his side…. lol. Last weekend, we all attended an impromptu baby shower for our son’s firstborn. His most recent woman made showstopping wings which quickly disappeared. Our boy had some of his old elementary and high school buddies in attendance with their spouses, and because we’ve always been a ‘group,’ we all knew each other very well.

      Do I enjoy spending time with my ex? No. I know exactly what he’s like and what he put me through. I simply chose to put the kid first. It helps if both parents are completely on board with that plan. Several times I had grounded our kid for whatever reason, but during dad visits, it was always fun time. We were flexible and worked through all the issues and celebrated achievements and rites of passage. It was good. My husband, my ex and our son now work in the same orbit as well haha. My ex got the kid a job, who later passed my husband’s name to an adjacent company. Who knew.

  5. Léna says:

    What’s up with eggs?? I don’t understand what Katy is saying

  6. CJ says:

    I don’t think it’s impossible at all. I had a messy messy breakup with a nutcase who has since evolved enough to have been to lunch with my new husband and our kid without me. It was a legit miracle. They aren’t best buddies but. My sister and I spent a cabin weekend with her step child’s mother AFTER my sister divorced her husband. I think if people can be respectful of the role the other person plays in the child’s life…. kids need as much love as possible, good in them for recognizing it. For my part I tried to have a relationship with baby mama #2 because I don’t feel the man should control the sibling relationship in case drama happens and everyone ends up hating him, but that chick was super crazy and I ended up in court behind her so….it depends on the people lol.

    I also think people whose lives start and end with their kids are nuts. Kids grow up and leave. What are you going to do then. Maybe it’s different for people who are already madly successful idk

  7. Lunasf17 says:

    Good for them. I think it’s also important to note that because they have so many resources and so much help it probably makes the coparenting situation a lot easier than what most people deal with. It’s not like Miranda and Orlando are fighting about child support payments so they can keep the lights on and food on the table. Removing economic stresses really helps ease family tensions. Also I am a huge Anthony William fan of the medical medium series and I know his is a little out there for people but I’ve had some pretty amazing results by incorporating celery juice and some of his other protocols into my diet. I feel like a crazy person walking around talking about how celery juice is helped heal some long-term injuries but it has. Even my microbiologist husband is on it now because he can’t believe how good my results of been with it. So I guess me and Miranda are both fans of celery juice.

  8. Abby says:

    I like this story, and good for them for working out a cordial family situation.

    I remember when Katy Perry struggled with her skin and was the face of Proactiv. She used to wear SO MUCH makeup too. It’s cool to see her toning down the makeup here. I am glad she’s found a routine that works!