Orlando Bloom not allowed toilet break during labour
Orlando Bloom had to "pee in a bottle" when wife Miranda Kerr was in labour.
The 'Lord of the Rings' star was by his model spouse's side during the whole of baby son Flynn's delivery in January and even when he wanted to go to the toilet, Miranda refused to let him go so he had to find another place to relieve himself.
Talking about the labour, the 28-year-old beauty told chat show host Conan O'Brien: "I wouldn't even let him leave during it. He had to pee in a bottle. He stayed there the whole time, he is a wonderful father and I am really blessed."
Miranda is enjoying every aspect of motherhood and insists nothing makes her happier than spending time with her son.
Speaking on Fox 5 Morning News, she said: "He's the best thing that ever happened to me. He's the light of my life, it's just incredible."
Orlando is also loving parenthood and recently revealed becoming a father had "changed everything" in his life.
The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' actor said: "It's awesome, I love it. I hate that word but I love being a father; it's changed everything in so many ways. Miranda is an amazing mother."
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