Reports: It's A Boy For Orlando Bloom & Miranda Kerr!

It’s a boy for Orlando Bloom & wife Miranda Kerr!

The 33-year-old former “Pirates of the Caribbean” star and his Victoria’s Secret model wife reportedly welcomed a son into their family on Thursday, according to Us Weekly and Radar Online.

The bundle of joy was reportedly delivered at a Los Angeles-area hospital.

Australia’s Daily Telegraph reported on Thursday that the 27-year-old Aussie model had gone into labor.

“I can confirm she did go into labor early this morning,’’ a family member reportedly told the publication.

Over the past few months, Miranda has posted several messages on her Twitter page confirming there was a baby on the way.

“Hope you guys are having a great day… My belly is getting so much bigger. Can’t wait to see our little one for the first time. Love Randa,” she Tweeted on December 10.

“I was flattered that Nicholas asked me to walk for Balenciaga even though I’m pregnant! He’s an artist and a wonderful soul. Love Randa xxx” she wrote on September 30.

The sexy star couple quietly tied the knot in July after dating for nearly three years prior.

Following news of the couple’s engagement in June 2010, Miranda hinted that children would likely be in their family plans one day.

“It’s definitely something, one day down the track, I want,” she told E! Online at the time. “But for now, I’m happy. I’m just too busy with work that I can’t be thinking of that right now.”

Orlando was last seen on the big screen in 2009’s ensemble drama “New York, I Love You.” He has several big box office features on the way in the years to come, including Summit’s “Three Musketeers” reboot, starring Logan Lerman, Ray Stevenson and Luke Evans (slated for release in October 2011).There also remains the possibility that he could step back into his role of the elf Legolas for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit, Parts One and Two,” due in 2012 and 2013, respectively.

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