Miranda Kerr's estranged family wants her to come home
Los Angeles: Miranda Kerr's family has made an emotional public plea for the Aussie supermodel to come home, revealing they have not seen their famous daughter or her son Flynn in over a year.
Miranda's mother Therese, father John, brother Matthew and grandmother Ann have used an episode of ABC1's docudrama series, 'Family Confidential', to expose cracks in their relationship with the catwalk star, reported Fox News online.
Therese, who was sacked by her daughter in her role as the managing director of Miranda's Kora skincare range last year, said, "Miranda's life is so different now (and) she's surrounded by yes people all the time. It's so important for me to be real, to be true, to be who she needs me to be."
Father John despairs at the growing distance between the fashionista and their grandchild Flynn, now 3, who they fear is missing out on being close to his Australian family.
John also revealed that it was Miranda's ex-husband Orlando Bloom who rang him to confirm the A-list couple planned to divorce, after only three years of marriage.
Since the separation - followed by reports Miranda is now dating billionaire James Packer - her family left behind in Australia say they have not seen her or Flynn in over a year. PTI