She’s one of the hottest supermodels in the world and he’s one of the most eligible bachelors. But our own Miranda Kerr wants you to believe that she and Snapchat co-founder Evan Spiegel are “waiting” before consummating their relationship.
In incredible frank interview with The Times, the Australian mother-of-one explains that her 26-year-old beau – and the world’s youngest self-made billionaire – is “very traditional”, implying they are yet to have sex.
Whilst sipping a sugar-free cocktail in a Hollywood bar, the 33-year-old star of the new Buick commercial that sent Super Bowl fans into a frenzy gives a refreshingly open interview.
She implies Kate Moss’ party lifestyle is taking its toll on her looks, discusses her 27-hour labour and the creator of skincare range KORA Organics proclaims herself a “nerd.”
Miranda, who was previously married to Orlando Bloom (with whom she has a six-year-old son, Flynn), met Evan in 2014 and they are planning to tie the knot later this year.
Upon being asked whether she wants another baby, Miranda replies: “Not yet. Not until after we get married. My partner is very traditional.”
After this implication that she and Evan are abstaining from sex, she continues, adding that “We can’t… I mean we’re just… waiting.”
Despite Evan’s success and profile, Miranda has previously admitted she didn’t know who he was when they first met at an LA dinner hosted by Louis Vuitton.
“I was, like, ‘He’s cute… but he’s way too young to take anything too seriously,’ ” she reveals.
Now, however, the couple Snapchat each other a lot – whether they ever descend into sexting is understandably kept private.
“I’m obsessed with Snapchat,” she says, adding that she would be whether Spiegel was her fiancé or not: “It’s the closest thing to having a conversation with someone in the moment… It feels more connected. And people want to connect now more than ever.”
Miranda, however, says she “cannot stand” Facebook. And while she is on Instagram (which is owned by Facebook), she hates the fact that the photo-sharing social network has introduced more Snapchat-esque features:
“Can they not be innovative? Do they have to steal all of my partner’s ideas? I’m so appalled by that… When you directly copy someone, that’s not innovation.”