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Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom split: Is Miranda Kerr to blame?

An insider says Miranda's behaviour at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party was the catalyst for the break-up.

As more details surrounding Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry’s split begin to surface, OK! gets the scoop on a shocking incident involving Orly’s ex-wife, Miranda Kerr in the hours before they ended things.
So, is Miranda to blame for the end of Ka-Bloom?
An insider recounts to OK! how the supermodel made a beeline for her ex-husband at the Vanity Fair after-party – and it didn’t go down too well with Katy.
Miranda Kerr 'hugged and kissed' her ex-husband, Orlando Bloom at the Vanity Fair Oscars bash - and Katy Perry wasn't happy!
“She hugged and kissed him while Katy could only watch,” says the party spy, who insists Miranda’s moves weren’t innocent.
“She kind of ignored Katy and was totally focused on Orlando. Katy put a big, fat fake smile on her face, but Miranda didn’t even notice. It was a total snub!”
Katy, 32, managed to pose for a snap with 40-year-old Orlando inside the exclusive event, but appeared to spend most of her evening with Girls actress, Allison Williams, away from other party-goers.
Miranda’s hand in the split comes after photographs emerged of the actor cosying up to hospitality worker, Erin McCabe at a pre-Oscar’s dinner party. Seated side-by-side, Orly and Erin can be seen whispering in each other’s ears, giggling, touching and flirty between courses.
The heartbreaking scene coincides with rumours that the father-of-one wasn’t ready to fully commit to his girlfriend of one year.
Still, a joint statement confirming the split came as a shock. After all, they'd remained tight-lipped about their romance since first hooking-up at a Golden Globes after-party in January 2016.
“We can confirm that Orlando and Katy are taking respectful, loving space at this time,” a statement on behalf of the exes, released to US Weekly
Sad times.

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