After much speculation, glamour couple Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom have officially split up.
A representative for Lord of the Rings star Bloom has confirmed their three year marriage is over.
"In a joint statement, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr have announced that they have been amicably separated for the past few months," a rep for British born Bloom said in a statement.
"After six years together, they have recently decided to formalise their separation."
The statement continued, "Despite this being the end of their marriage, they love, support and respect each other as both parents of their son and as family."
The 36-year-old and the 30-year-old Australian Victoria’s Secret supermodel began dating in 2007.
They were married in July 2010 after announcing their engagement just a month beforehand and have one child together, 2-year-old son Flynn.
Kerr admitted in April there was some truth in recent rumours suggesting her marriage was in trouble.
Reports claiming their marriage was on the rocks surfaced last July but were quickly denied by Kerr’s Australian publicist Annie Kelly.
More reports began to emerge about the couple late last year as rumours began to swirl about Kerr having a dalliance with actor Leonardo DiCaprio and being spotted without her wedding ring.
In an interview with Cleo magazine in April, the 30-year-old beauty said they haven’t split and they’re still “very happy” together.
“Everyone has their challenges. Any relationship you’re in takes work,” Kerr told Cleo magazine.
“I often say to Orlando we are so lucky to have each other and to have Flynn. No matter what else is going on, we’ll always be in each others’ lives because we are a family.
“I am so grateful for that.”
The couple were last spotted together late last month when she supported him at the opening night of a new Broadway production of Romeo and Juliet, where Kerr gush about Bloom's performance in the lead role.
"When I saw Orlando on Broadway in Romeo and Juliet, I was blown away," she told the November issue of US Cosmopolitan magazine.
"For someone to be able to learn all that and hold the energy to do it every day, six days a week - I have so much respect for him."
Kerr's career has undergone a big over haul this year.
She parted ways with David Jones, who she had been the face of for five years, earlier this year amid reports she was no longer connecting to the Australian public.
Then it was announced that Victoria's Secret would no longer be using her as a full time angel and she was subsequently cut from their annual runway show.
Kerr has denied she parted ways badly with either David Jones or Victoria's Secret, but reports have swirled that she has become a diva whose demands have blown out of control.
It is a far cry from the girl from the small town of Gunnedah, New South Wales who was launched into the spotlight after winning the 1997 annual Dolly Magazine Model Competition.