Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr book into marriage saving retreat
THE separated couple are said to be attending a three day marital coaching and regression therapy workshop.
It was recently announced that the British actor and his wife Miranda Kerr have been separated for some time.
Despite the split, they have been spending a lot of time together, along with their two-year-old son Flynn. Orlando apparently isn't ready to give up on the relationship, so has suggested they attend a special retreat this month.
"They realised there may still be something to fight for," a source told British magazine Grazia.
According to the publication, the pair will reportedly spend time at Harmony Hill in New York for three days during the Thanksgiving holidays.
Orlando and Miranda will stay in a private lodge and attend spiritual mentoring, regression therapy and marital coaching. As well as spending two hours a day in sessions, they will also be expected to spend time together meditating and hiking.
To ensure they don't have any outside distractions, cell phones are also banned.
"Couples walk in with a huge amount of distance between them, but walk out hand in hand, ready to start afresh. I help them become more open to healing old wounds," co-owner Chris Rosenthal told the magazine.
Orlando, who married Miranda in 2010, recently said he will always love the 30-year-old Australian model because they are “a family”.
While Orlando is still believed to have feelings for Miranda it seems she also isn't ready to move on from her estranged husband.
"Miranda still loves Orlando and wants to do what's best for their son," a source explained.
It was recently claimed that Orlando has promised to scale back his work commitments and spend more time with Miranda and Flynn.