Miranda Kerr car crash: Victoria's Secret angel is 'on the mend'

March 14, 2013|By Nardine Saad
  • Miranda Kerr's car crash has the supermodel tweeting, saying she's "on the mend."
Miranda Kerr's car crash has the supermodel tweeting, saying she's… (Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez…)

Miranda Kerr's car crash had the Victoria's Secret angel sporting a neck brace earlier this week, but the model said Thursday that she is healing.

"Thank you all for your love and support. I am on the mend!" she tweeted in tandem with a pink photo with "love" written in black script.

Orlando Bloom's wife and her assistant were involved in a car accident Monday on an L.A. freeway when another motorist rear-ended her vehicle. The motorist is said to have been arrested and could be charged with reckless driving.

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Kerr, 29, reportedly suffered back injuries and whiplash as a result and underwent MRI scans after the accident, the Daily Mail reported.

The dimple-faced brunet was photographed Tuesday in a neck brace, which she tried to conceal with a patterned scarf.

"Miranda was rear-ended but is totally fine," a representative told Us Weekly.

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"She is in a lot of pain, but really we are just glad it was not more serious," her Australian rep said at the time. "[Orlando is] taking very good care of her. He's an amazing husband. Luckily, Flynn wasn't in the car."

Flynn is Kerr and Bloom's 2-year-old son. Kerr named him Flynn Christopher as a tribute to her former boyfriend Christopher Flynn Middlebrook, who died in a car accident when she was 15.


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