Leo and Miranda: no flirting, only dancing

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caprio lib REUTERS (File image) Leonardo Di Caprio.

London - Miranda Kerr and Leonardo DiCaprio have laughed off rumours they recently enjoyed a flirty night out.

The Victoria's Secret model - who has been married to actor Orlando Bloom since 2010 and gave birth to their first child, Flynn, in 2011 - was said to have been spotted flirting up a storm with the 'Inception' actor at the New York nightclub Rosewood last Friday (30.11.12) but a source close to the 29-year-old beauty insists they are just "really good friends."

A source told gossip website RadarOnline.com: "Miranda and Leo are really good friends, been friends for years. It was a PG -13 fun night. ... It was one big table [of people] ... dancing on top of the banquette."

Another insider insisted that all is well between the Australian beauty and her British husband, who is currently shooting his latest film 'Zulu' in London.

The source said: "Miranda is visiting Orlando this weekend in London, and all the rumours about them having trouble are much ado about nothing."

Miranda was spotted partying with Leonardo, 38, and a group of their other celebrity pals including Cameron Diaz and Naomi Campbell's billionaire boyfriend Vladimir Doronin.

Leonardo recently broke up with Miranda's close pal Erin Heatherton after a year of dating. - Bang Showbiz

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