Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr will soon welcome her second child with husband, billionaire Snapchat co-founder/CEO Evan Spiegel. The 36-year-old beauty shared a picture on Instagram of her baby bump in which she appears glowing in the summer sun.
Kerr, who announced her pregnancy last March, seems to be embracing the outdoors prior to her due date sometime this fall. The new baby will arrive a year and a half after the birth of her first child with Spiegel, a boy named Hart, who was born on May 7, 2018. Kerr has an eight-year-old son, Flynn, with actor and ex-husband Orlando Bloom. Kerr and Bloom were married in July 2010 and divorced in 2013.
Kerr and Spiegel, 29, started dating in June 2015 and announced their engagement in 2016. They tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at their Brentwood, California, home two years ago. Shortly after Hart was born, Kerr spoke about her post-pregnancy body with Marie Claire Australia. “It’s really important as women that we’re gentle with ourselves and don’t feel like we have to snap back into shape after a baby,” she said. “It’s okay, I’ve got a mum-bod and it’s fine!”
In 2009, Kerr founded KORA Organics, a collection of 100% Australian-made skincare products that blend natural and certified organic ingredients. The model works with Australian organic chemists, aromatherapists, and formulators to develop the products, which are produced in Melbourne, Australia, and sold internationally on KORA Organics' website and via upscale e-retailer Net-a-Porter.
Recently, Kerr shared pics of a KORA Organics event that was attended by celebrity pals, including Sofia Richie and Katy Perry, who happens to be her ex’s fiancée. The couple announced their engagement last February. In the past, Kerr has stated the she is still good friends with Bloom.
Despite having spent less time in front of the camera, Spiegel is a celebrity in his own right. As the co-founder/CEO of Snapchat, he has an estimated net worth of more than $4 billion. In 2017, he became one of the youngest public company CEOs at age 26. Described as "very traditional" by Kerr, the couple reportedly waited until after exchanging their vows to consummate their relationship. As an engagement present, Spiegel purchased a 7,164 square foot, $12 million house that had been owned by Harrison Ford, a month before asking Kerr to marry him.