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Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom baby gender reveal

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In these quiet and not so happening days, there is some good news flying here and there. And these circumstances make them even more beautiful. Kids bring joy to this world. It is scientifically proven that if you’re feeling a little down playing with a baby will lift your mood. So let’s give you some news which will make you all watery-eyed.

Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry become parents

The betrothed couple is pregnant and well we couldn’t be happier for the two. Before the apocalyptic pandemic happened, Orlando Bloom was in Prague shooting his second season of Carnival Row. As soon as he got the green signal from the production team to exit, he came flying in to be with his fiancé. They recently did a cute and quiet little gender reveal and it is exactly what Katy Perry was hoping for. She posted a picture of Orlando Bloom, all smiles, and covered in pink frosting. Check out the adorable picture below:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-i0HZ7HaFw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Yay, it’s a girl. Previously, Katy Perry revealed her pregnancy in the music video of “Never Worn White”. Later, she confirmed the happy news to her fans in an Instagram Live session as well. While on the show with Ryan Seacrest, Katy Perry talked about life with Orlando Bloom. Like every other relationship, there are ups and downs in the life of celebrities as well. But, lucky are those who can come back on every falling out. She told the host:

I’ve consciously or unconsciously picked a partner that makes sure to keep me evolving into the best version of myself. There’s a lot of friction between my partner and I, but that friction breeds something beautiful. It can breed a lot of light, you know?

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1 Comment
  1. Fred Fender says

    Wait how do you know what the gender is? I thought that was something that was assigned at birth? Or something we’d have to wait until they were 5 and could decide for themselves to find out? I’m confused.

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