Miranda Kerr, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel relationship update: Two indulge in PDA during holiday

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[9:04] Australian model Miranda Kerr poses for a photograph during a promotional event for the Reebok Skyscape shoes series at the Omotesando Hills in Tokyo
Australian model Miranda Kerr poses for a photograph during a promotional event for the Reebok Skyscape shoes series at the Omotesando Hills in Tokyo April 15, 2015. Reuters/Issei Kato

Miranda Kerr and her rumoured boyfriend, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, were reportedly seen having a good time during their holiday. The two indulged in public display of affection, or PDA, over the weekend at the island of Corsica in the Mediterranean sea.

Their pictures, which can be seen on E! Online, shows the two hugging each other on the beach. Kerr is seen wearing a tiny black two-piece bikini while Spiegel is roaming around in his shorts.

Kerr, 32, was first spotted with the Snapchat CEO in July, last year. The two were photographed holding each other's hand and walking in the streets of Los Angeles. There was speculation in the media that Kerr also took Spiegel on a family trip to Greece last year, where he met her parents.

"She thinks he's sweet. It's gotten serious fast," a source close to the couple told US Weekly magazine (via India Today). "Miranda is super into him. It's hot and heavy," added the source. Just Jared also reported that Spiegel purchased a car seat after dating Kerr because she has a four-year-old son Flynn from her ex-husband Orlando Bloom.

However, neither Kerr nor Spiegel have confirmed their relationship. The former Victoria's Secret angel told Harper's Bazaar magazine's March issue that she is currently single and is not dating anyone. "For the record, I'm single. What I'm trying to do right now, as I've always been the girl with the boyfriend, is to find that comfort within myself," Kerr told the magazine when she was quizzed about her current relationship status.

The gorgeous supermodel also believes that it is very important to feel good in your own company and not depend on other people for your happiness. “At the end of the day, it's really important to be comfortable with your own company and to feel good about that and not have to rely on anyone else," added the Aussie model.

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