Packer and Kerr's 'easy' romance

Last updated 10:23 16/12/2013
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Miranda Kerr's new romance is said to be "natural" and "easy".

The brunette beauty and her husband of three years Orlando Bloom announced their separation earlier this year. They have son Flynn together, who turns three in January.

Since ending their relationship Miranda has reportedly found love with her long-time friend James Packer.

James split from his spouse just 45 days prior to Miranda calling time on her marriage.

It is thought this rough time is what brought the new couple closer together.

"During the breakdown of their marriages, Miranda and James were hugely supportive of each other and I wouldn't be surprised if this is when they started to have feelings for one another," an Australian-based insider told British magazine Look.

"They've known each other for more than a decade and embarked on charitable projects together. They holidayed in Bora Bora [with their spouses] and it was James who helped Miranda set up her beauty line, Kora Organics, two years ago. The romance has been natural and very easy for them."

Since taking their friendship to the next level billionaire James is said to have been spoiling his model girlfriend.

The 30-year-old beauty reportedly enjoys being pampered, especially with expensive gifts and gestures.

"Miranda's the kind of girl who wants to be surprised with a balloon ride over a river or 200 roses in her hotel," a source added.

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