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Miranda Kerr at Valla for holidays

Model Miranda Kerr and husband Orlando Bloom have been spotted holidaying on the Coffs Coast. AFP PHOTO/TIMOTHY A. CLARY
Model Miranda Kerr and husband Orlando Bloom have been spotted holidaying on the Coffs Coast. AFP PHOTO/TIMOTHY A. CLARY

HOLLYWOOD has hit the Coffs Coast, with Miranda Kerr and husband Orlando Bloom holidaying here for Christmas.

The couple and their 11 month old son Flynn are believed to have settled in at Valla Beach for the holidays, and even made a trip to Centro Toormina last night for supplies.

The famous pair pretended to be like any other shopper as they cruised the aisles of Woolworth and K-Mart.

Local Pauline said Miranda and Orlando set the shopping centre abuzz.

"All the check-out workers at Woolies had big smiles on their faces, and when we went to KMart they said they'd been there too," she said.

Pauline's daughter initially spotted Orlando picking up some pickles, but Pauline said she had to do a u-turn to make sure she was right.

"He had a fishing hat on and was obviously trying to go incognito."

Victoria's Secret model Miranda set Valla abuzz back in 2008 when she spent Christmas with family there.

Add three years, a famous husbandand and baby Flynn and Valla can expect a whole lot more interset in their favourte celebrity holiday maker.

"They're laying pretty low for Christmas, but we expect to see them out and about after that," said one local.

Have you seen Miranda? Send your picture to editorial@coffscoastadvocate.com.au
 

Topics:  christmas, miranda kerr, valla



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