Katy Perry heaped praise on the ‘incredible’ Orlando Bloom as she lifted the lid on motherhood.
The Firework singer welcomed her first child, daughter Daisy Dove, with the Pirates of the Caribbean actor, 44, in August, but has kept the little one out of the limelight ever since.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the 36-year-old spilled the beans on how life with a newborn was going, and revealed her beau’s experience of having a son – Flynn, 10, with ex-wife Miranda Kerr – was coming in useful.
Questioned on how much sleep she was getting, the American Idol judge replied: ‘Yeah, I have family and support and I’ve got an incredible fiancé who has done this before.
‘He has a 10-year-old son so as much as I was little bit like, “I don’t need to hear all of those stories”, they actually helped.
‘He’s been amazing, incredible and we’re so in love and we’re so grateful.’
Katy gave birth at a hospital in LA, and revealed that Orlando was allowed to be in the room when his second child arrived, amid the coronavirus crisis.
‘He was such a great support, we had like a little boombox. He was there and he was so wonderful and just like holding my hand and looking into my eyes,’ she continued.
‘You want to film it but you also want to be present so there’s a fine line.
‘He was great, I highly recommend it.’
Katy and Orlando have chosen to not share any photos of little Daisy’s face, instead giving us a tiny glimpse at her hand in a black-and-white upload, announcing her arrival with a statement shared through Unicef.
While we’ve been left hanging on what the newborn looks like, the actor teased that she was initially his ‘mini-me’ – with the singer’s eyes.
Speaking on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the dad-of-two added: ‘It was funny because when she first came out, I was like, “Oh, it’s me! It’s a mini-me.” And then, fortunately, she got those Katy blues, which was perfect.
‘But, then she sort of looks like my mum. So, then I got a little confused because Katy’s breastfeeding this mini-me slash my mum.
‘Who’s she going to look like next?’
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