But Kerr is very much alive and well, and just yet another victim of another celebrity death hoax, which seems to have been increasing in number in recent months.
Someone DID get hurt during the break-in as sources indicated that “an intruder at a Malibu residence Friday was shot three times after he stabbed a security guard late-morning Friday,” in the police report. Thankfully, both men are expected to recover from their wounds.
Meanwhile, Miranda Kerr is set to get married to fiancée Evan Spiegel next year, and is even already planning to get some “baby-making going soon.”
“I am very content with just having one (child), but I am definitely open to the possibility of having more,” Miranda shared in an interview with Telegraph Magazine. “Flynn (her son with ex Orlando Bloom) will often say, ‘My friends have brothers or sisters, will I have a brother or sister one day?’ I say, ‘Maybe, honey.’”
Spiegel hand proposed to Kerr last July, and the supermodel even made their engagement, public after sharing a photo on Instagram. Check out her post below as a refresher.
Miranda Kerr just one of many death hoaxes
Kerr has not been the only celebrity to be a victim of the fake death news this month.
Recently actress and comedian Betty White was also involved in a false death report, after media outlets had misquoted her manager, claiming that she “dyed her hair.” Websites immediately took advantage of this and made the unconfirmed announcement that White had died due to old age.
In previous months, other celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Jaden Smith and Sylvester Stallone were also involved in death hoaxes making false claims that they had died because of suicide or accidents.
Thankfully, though, they are all alive and well, much like Miranda Kerr.