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Miranda Kerr and billionaire 'boyfriend' Evan Spiegel look loved up on romantic stroll

Published 05/08/2015 | 12:11

Picture: Twitter
Picture: Twitter

As she reveals that she is still close to ex-husband Orlando Bloom, supermodel Miranda Kerr looks happy as can be with her tech whizz beau Evan Spiegel.

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The Australian model has been linked to Spiegel, the founder of popular social media app Snapchat, since they were spotted on a date in late June.

Picture: Twitter
Picture: Twitter

Photos show the duo walking down the pier in Malibu holding hands and gazing into each others eyes as they watched the sunset.

According to the photographer who captured the images, the former Victoria's Secret Angel "couldn't keep her hands off him and he couldn't stop staring at her."

Picture: Twitter
Picture: Twitter

"They seemed to be having a lot of fun on their date. It's pretty clear these two are crazy about each other," the pap added.

Before dating Evan (25), Miranda (32) was linked to Australian mogul James Packer - who is now reportedly romantically involved with Mariah Carey.

Miranda split from husband Orlando Bloom in October 2013 after three years of marriage, but she maintains that they are still very close for the sake of their son Flynn.

In fact, the pair live just five minutes apart in Los Angeles in order to share custody of the four-year-old tot.

In an interview with  Hello! Fashion Monthly, the founder of KORA Organics explained how Flynn is her priority, and that despite their busy schedules, the family love doing “regular things” together such as going on picnics.

Miranda revealed, “Orlando and I are still really close so he’ll [Flynn] be with his dad for a couple of days, then when I come back, he’ll be with me so that his dad can travel. He’s always either with his dad or with me.

“We decided as a family that [moving to LA] was the right decision for Flynn, so Orlando and I both relocated and we live five minutes from each other. Everything revolves around my son and his welfare.”

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