The couple formed by Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom has three years of unmaterialized marriage commitment. After having to postpone their wedding due to the restrictions established as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it was expected that the two lovers would pass through the altar this summer, but at the moment there is no news about it.
What has transcended now, according to the testimony of sources in his environment, is that the actor and the singer would have dared to give a little brother or sister to their little Daisy Dove, who will turn two years old next August. The paternal dynamics of the future marriage work perfectly and that would have given them extra motivation when it comes to intensifying their family responsibilities.
“Katy and Orlando are more in love than ever and would love to expand their family,” an insider told Entertainment Tonight. “They’re doing great with Daisy and their relationship is stronger than ever. They are very good at being parents,” added the same source about the excitement of the new project on which the couple will embark.
As far as combining work and maternal work is concerned, the pop star herself made it clear a few months ago that both facets of her life are in perfect harmony. The artist recently began her long-awaited residency in Las Vegas and assured that, sooner or later, her daughter will accompany her on her future trips around the world. “I want to take it on tour,” he said.