Orlando Bloom And Miranda Kerr Divorce: Is Condola Rashad The Cause For Split?

“Lord Of The Rings” actor Orlando Bloom and Victoria’s Secret Angel Miranda Kerr were no doubt one of the perfect Hollywood couples, so the pair’s breakup and divorce apparently garnered a lot of attention. Their split news caused a big shock to many social media fans, who are left wondering what went wrong in their 6-year relationship and why exactly the two good-looking actors parted ways.

While different lifestyles and demanding careers are thought to have ultimately caused friction in the pair’s marriage, the exact reason behind the split has been revealed. Condola Rashad, the daughter of “Cosby Show” star Phylicia Rashad and football player Ahmad Rashad, may be the cause for the divorce. Miss Rashad was reportedly linked romantically to Orlando Bloom as she got too close to the “Pirates Of The Caribbean” star. The two are currently starring in “Romeo and Juliet.” They work together six days a week and for each show they get very intimate with each other. The couple were even seen holding hands, kissing and cuddling at a photocall for the cameras in New York.

However, Orlando Bloom dished on kissing his Broadway co-star Condola Rashad as he appeared on “Live With Kelly” on Friday (October 25, 2013). “We sometimes get applause after our first kiss because it just goes on,” the dad-of one said. “Sometimes I’m like, I’m not letting go.”

Meanwhile, the 26-year-old actress also denied the dating rumour, saying: “Orlando and I are co-workers and friends, that’s all.”

Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad posed together during the opening night for the Broadway production of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” at The Richard Rogers Theater in New York City.

Orlando Bloom kissed Condola Rashad at a photocall in New York, sparking rumours that they were dating.

The British actor reportedly became romantically linked to his co-star while the couple played in “Romeo And Juliet.”

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