Orlando bloom dating condola rashad
Although the two have graced more than a few red carpets together, Condola insists their relationship is nothing more than a friendship.“Orlando and I are co-workers and friends, that’s all.However he did quite a bit of gushing over how much he loves snogging Condola Rashad – the Juliet to his Romeo in the Broadway play he is currently starring in, and even found time to playfully flirt with Kelly Ripa.While explaining to Kelly and Michael that snogging is a, “.” Orlando seemed in especially high spirits for a man whose marriage is ending, in part because of the solace he has found in his friendship with Romeo & Julie co-star Condola, who he admits he loves to kiss. “It’s easy falling in love with Orlando onstage,” she says. Now it’s up to Condola Rashad, who co-stars with the Hollywood A-lister in Broadway’s “Romeo and Juliet,” which officially opens Thursday.In retrospect we see that this was probably the beginning of the end.
“We were doing the balcony scene; she was remarkably composed and relaxed,” recalls Bloom.
On the show Orlando said that during their Broadway performance he and Condola, .” Another reason Orlando doesn’t look like a broken man is that he and Miranda have actually been separated for quite a while now, which has given him time to adjust to life without her.
It also appears their separation was a long time coming.
After six years together, they have recently decided to formalize their separation."The couple married in July 2010, and welcomed son Flynn in 2011.
They were just about to make it to that seven-year itch mark. A rep for Bloom, Robin Baum, tells USA TODAY, "In a joint statement, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr have announced that they have been amicably separated for the past few months.
“I mean, it’s a monster of a play, a wonderful play, but it was really one of those things where my mom was like so, so you decided to climb Everest on the first trip out the gate? Some people are going up the stream, some are downstream, depending on the day but we’re all in it together.