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Romeo and Juliet - Broadway

Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad star in this modern take on Shakespeare's classic.

Miranda Kerr on Husband Orlando Bloom's Broadway Debut in Romeo and Juliet: 'I Was Blown Away'

Miranda Kerr on Husband Orlando Bloom's Broadway Debut in Romeo and Juliet: 'I Was Blown Away'
Miranda Kerr
'When I saw Orlando on Broadway in 'Romeo and Juliet,' I was blown away.'

Australian model Miranda Kerr recently opened up about her relationship with Romeo and Juliet star Orlando Bloom. In the November issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, Kerr gave some insight into how the two stars get along at home and why they keep their work separate from their marriage.

Kerr, who runs her own skincare company when she isn't modeling, revealed that she and Bloom have enough mutual respect for the other’s work that they don't bring it home with them. "We don’t run lines though. We keep that very separate," she said. "That would be like me asking him to teach me how to catwalk. When I get home, I’m not the boss like I am at work—I slip into a more feminine role."

Romeo and Juliet marks Bloom's Broadway debut, and Kerr couldn't be more thrilled for her heartthrob husband. "When I saw Orlando on Broadway...I was blown away," she said. "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." But what does their 2-year-old son Flynn think? "[He] says Mommy works and Daddy plays, because Daddy is in a that makes sense."

You can see Bloom opposite two-time Tony nominee Condola Rashad, in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Check out the opening night video of director David Leveaux's contemporary revival and find out why Bloom feels honored to be making his Broadway debut.

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