Katy Perry reveals baby’s gender with Orlando Bloom: ‘It’s a girl’

/ 02:30 PM April 04, 2020
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom (Image: Instagram/@orlandobloom)

Following the creative announcement that she is having a child with actor Orlando Bloom, pop star Katy Perry subtly revealed that they will be having a baby girl.

Perry showed Bloom smiling while covered in pink frosting via her Instagram post today, April 4.


“[It’s] a girl,” the singer said.

Last March, the “Never Really Over” singer confirmed that she was pregnant and showed off her baby bump through the music video of her newest love song, “Never Worn White.


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💕 it’s a girl 💕

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After Perry released her video, Bloom also displayed his fiancée with her visible baby bump on his Instagram post on March 8.

“My babies blooming,” the actor said.


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My babies blooming ❤️

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Perry and Bloom rekindled their romance in 2018 and got engaged on Feb. 14 last year. Prior to their marriage plans, Perry was married to British actor Russell Brand from 2010 to 2012. Meanwhile, the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star was formerly wed to model Miranda Kerr from 2010 to 2013.  /ra


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