Miranda Kerr and her husband Evan Spiegel made secret donations to charity during their recent trip to Australia.
The former Angel, 39, and the Snap Inc. CEO, 31, have donated ‘hundreds and thousands of dollars’ to several local charities, the reported.
The couple generously donated to small charities in the Hunter Region, the Hospital Network, Jenny’s Place and Youth Express.
Donation: Miranda Kerr and her husband Evan Spiegel ‘secretly donated over $350,000’ to several charities during recent trip to Australia
Miranda and Evan gave the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network alone a rumoured $350,000.
The couple have previously donated to various Australian charities to help recover from the devastating bushfires.
Evan and Miranda married in 2017, after two years of dating.
Helping hand: The couple donated to small charities in the Hunter Region, the Hospital Network, Jenny’s Place and Youth Express
Miranda shares sons Hart, three, and Myles, two, with Evan and is also mum to a 10-year-old son, Flynn, whom she shares with ex-husband Orlando Bloom.
In November, the model revealed she would be open to adding to her brood in an interview with Marie Claire Australia.
Speaking to the publication, the model said her husband of five years wants more children.
Generous: Miranda and Evan also gave the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network a rumoured $350,000
While Miranda admitted she’s happy with three, she acknowledged that anything can happen in the future.
‘It’s definitely something my husband thinks about. But personally, I’ve always wanted to have three boys in particular,’ she said.
‘I love that I have three healthy boys – and happy boys. And I feel very blessed. But who knows what the future will hold?’
Family: In November, the model revealed she would be open to adding to her brood in an interview with Marie Claire Australia