• Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel took their kids on a Mediterranean getaway aboard a luxurious yacht
  • Kerr’s 10-year-old son with ex-husband Orlando Bloom, Flynn Christopher, was also present
  • A day prior to their family outing, Kerr took to Instagram to express her excitement for the trip

Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel took their kids out to the Mediterranean aboard a multimillion-dollar yacht.

The billionaire and his wife were photographed as they were enjoying some family time with their two sons, Hart, 3, and Myles, 2, on a 311-foot mega-yacht this weekend.

Images exclusively obtained by Page Six of the couple’s Friday sighting with their children showed the Australian beauty rocking an orange two-piece bikini, while her businessman spouse sported a floral-patterned pair of shorts.

In one snap, the co-founder and CEO of Snap, 31, could be seen holding on to one of their sons on the outdoor flight of stairs of the vessel while his model wife, 35, embraced him from behind.

Eyewitnesses said the family used one of the yacht’s tenders to get to Porquerolles Island on the Côte d’Azur in France. Kerr, Spiegel and the kids then explored the beautiful beach together while taking some photos along the way.

Also present during their family getaway was Kerr’s 10-year-old son with ex-husband Orlando Bloom, Flynn Christopher, who was seen posing for a snap on the beach taken by his stepfather.

Kerr’s friend and fellow model Joan Smalls and her boyfriend Henry Junior Chalhoub were also in attendance during the family’s extravagant trip.

A day prior to the group’s sighting, Kerr expressed her excitement for the getaway on social media. She uploaded a snap of her lounging atop a white outdoor sofa and captioned it with, “Looking forward to the weekend.”

Meanwhile, the Victoria’s Secret Angel’s mother, Therese Kerr, recently made headlines for her stance against the vaccines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Therese, who is a self-proclaimed “wellness visionary,” has urged everyone to seek alternative treatment options for the coronavirus and to not rely on the “hastily approved and poorly tested novel vaccines” based on an online petition she shared, as per the Sydney Morning Herald.

Though she appears to be promoting anti-vaccination content on social media, Therese maintained last year that she’s not, in any way, anti-vaccination, but she’s “pro-vaccination safety,” added the outlet.

When asked for comment amid the Australian government’s recent push to boost vaccinations in the country due to the delta spike, the founder of beauty brand The Divine Company did not respond.

Evan Spiegel and Miranda Kerr
Pictured: Evan Spiegel and Miranda Kerr attending The Broad and Louis Vuitton’s celebration of Jasper Johns’ ‘Something Resembling Truth’ in Los Angeles on Feb. 8, 2018. Getty Images/Emma McIntyre