Miranda Kerr reportedly dating Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel

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Miranda Kerr could have a new man in her life. The model has sparked speculation that she is dating Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel after they were spotted kissing at a restaurant on Saturday.

According to sources, Miranda and 25-year-old Evan looked "really into each other" on their date at a restaurant in Venice, California.

"They sat at the bar and were making out," an observer told Us Weekly. "They were really into each other."

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Miranda Kerr has been linked to Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel

The entrepreneur has recently been named the world's youngest billionaire by Forbes after the success of his app which allows users to send photos and messages that are instantly deleted after viewing.

Evan is not the only mogul Miranda has been linked to since her split from Orlando Bloom in 2013. The former Victoria's Secret model was rumoured to be dating Australian billionaire James Packer in 2014, but the mogul has since moved on to date American songstress Mariah Carey.

The news comes as Miranda's ex Orlando has also been spotted with a new love interest. The Lord of the Rings star was seen at a sushi bar with Brazilian beauty Luisa Moraes on Sunday evening, where he was reportedly kissing her during a PDA-packed dinner.

Evan was spotted kissing Miranda in a restaurant

Meanwhile Miranda's career has also been the subject of speculation in recent days after it was rumoured she was planning to renegotiate a contract with Victoria's Secret and create a capsule collection to mark her return.

The label dismissed the rumours in a statement released to People on Monday, saying: "The recent reports regarding Victoria's Secret and Miranda Kerr signing a new contract are completely untrue, and we have no idea how they got reported.

"Victoria's Secret appreciates all that Miranda has done with the brand, and all the amazing things she continues to do with her own projects, but there are no plans, on the part of either party, to renew."

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