Orlando Bloom: Daddy Duty a Treat For Hollywood Hunk Orlando Bloom

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Orlando BloomORLANDO Bloom is spending as much time with his son as possible.

The 34-year-old actor recently welcomed his and his wife Miranda Kerr’s first child Flynn into the world and he insists he is a very hands-on dad and is loving every minute of fatherhood.

“It’s great, I love it … I’ve been bathing with him a lot recently, it’s been really cute. It’s a really nice little moment,” Orlando said.

Orlando admits it was a shock when he finally got to meet his son in January and he thinks women are more prepared for the birth because the baby grows inside them.

“It’s mad because as a woman you carry the baby for nine months so you’re very conscious that you have a little one inside you,” he said.

“But for a guy it’s like suddenly there’s a baby there. It’s like what, whoa? But he’s amazing. Fatherhood’s fantastic, that’s the big role.”

The British star has just completed new movie The Three Musketeers and he insists he is attracted to roles that frighten and challenge him.

“It’s really if the script is good and the character is good and the people involved are interesting. Anything that terrifies me I’m really up for,” he said.

“I just finished The Three Musketeers. That was great, it was a lot of fun. I got to play the Duke of Buckingham and it was so much fun. I sort of saw him as a big, overgrown petulant child.”


  • Bing

    Orlando is sooo handsome.

  • Shenova

    “The 34-year-old actor recently welcomed his and his wife Miranda Kerr’s first child Flynn into the world…”

    Hia and his wife? Did this author make it through sixth grade English class?

    Correct usage would be: “The 34-year-old actor and his wife Miranda Kerr recently welcomed their first child Flynn into the world…”

    • Heidi

      Yes, thats correct. They are saying that its his first child, and his wifes first child. You knock on the author for using improper sentence structure yet YOU mispell ‘hia’..the rest of us assume you meant ‘his’? Or do you need to resume your 6th grade English class?

      I have an idea. Instead of pretending to be the grammer police (which you kind of suck at), why dont you just say ‘congratulations’ and call it a day?
      (Thats a rhetorical question, by the way, that means that you don’t have to answer.)

      Congratulations to two people who are married to each other and have had a child that they seem to love.

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