20 Reasons Why Orlando Bloom's Split From Miranda Kerr Makes Him The Unluckiest Guy In The World

By: 10.25.13  •  26 Comments

I don’t feel too guilty calling Orland Bloom the unluckiest guy in the world, because he is the unluckiest guy in the world: he and his wife, Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr, have split after three years of marriage. Not to pile onto an already emotionally-charged issue in a stranger’s life, but: oh boy. Things can’t be easy for Bloom right now, so he probably shouldn’t log into Tumblr to see all the GIFs featuring his now ex-wife, because that’s what all famous pretty people do; look at their equally famous and pretty partners on blogging platforms.

Here are 20 reasons why Orlando Bloom is one unlucky SOB.

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