Celebrities Who Successfully Co-Parent

Home|Style|Celebrities Who Successfully Co-Parent

Celebrities Who Successfully Co-Parent

Creating and curating relevant and relatable news, events and resources for the working mom. Here’s the latest from the PowerMom team…

For many stars, once the sparks of passion died out, they struggled to maintain a harmonious relationship with their ex. A few celebs, however, have managed to establish friendships with their former loves and found ways to successfully co-parent their little ones.

Take Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr. The “Lord of the Rings” actor and Victoria’s Secret model married in 2010 and welcomed son Flynn a year later. Unfortunately, their love wasn’t meant to last, and the couple split in 2013. Since then, Orlando and Miranda have stayed close for the sake of their son even after she moved on with new husband Evan Spiegel.

“Miranda and I have a remarkable relationship,” Orlando told Elle U.K. “We co-parent really well.”


Actors Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge split in 2015 after four years together. But the former couple, who share daughter Marlowe, have maintained a close relationship since their breakup. They even do Marlowe’s bedtime routine together every night and still care for one another, according to Sienna.

“It’s great for our daughter that she has two parents who love each other and are friends,” she told Harper’s Bazaar. “We felt like as much togetherness as possible would be ideal, and fortunately we really love each other and are best friends, and so that works,” Sienna added in a separate interview with People magazine in 2017.



Kimora Lee Simmons has so perfectly navigated co-parenting that she maintains great relationships with not one but two exes. The former model and businesswoman shares two daughters, Ming and Aoki, with her ex-husband, music mogul Russell Simmons. She also welcomed a son, Kenzo, with actor Djimon Hounsou in 2009. They split in 2012 and Kimora is now married to banker Tim Leissner, but the blended family is often seen supporting one another at birthday parties, holidays and events.






To read the full article in its entirety click here. And remember to check back daily for all things #PowerMom.

By | 2018-01-18T10:25:05+00:00 January 18th, 2018|Style|