Orlando Bloom took a trip down memory lane while wishing his fiancee Katy Perry a happy 36th birthday.
The Fireworks singer celebrated her special day on Sunday and was bombarded with messages from the likes of Nicki Minaj, Kris Jenner and even Borat.
But Orlando, 43, definitely wins for the sweetest message after sharing a series of never-seen-before throwback photos from all their adventures together.
In one photo, the smitten couple are taking a selfie during the holiday in Egypt last year for Katy’s 35th birthday with the pyramids in the backdrop behind them.
Another casual photo sees them chilling on the sofa with Katy wearing a nose ring, make-up free and her hair scraped up.
‘Happy Birthday my love ??❤️oh the places we’ll go…,’ Orlando captioned the image.
The actor’s followers couldn’t help but swoon at the cuteness of it all with one commenting: ‘THEY LITERALLY GREW TOGETHER.’
‘IM CRYING,’ one added, while another exclaimed: ‘The throwbacks!’
Still, Orlando made no effort to clarify their marriage status after Sacha Baron Cohen referred to the actor as Katy’s husband while sending her a birthday message in character as Borat.
‘Jagshemash (How are you?) Katy Pepsi?’ Borat began the video.
He continued: ‘I was planning on going sailing in Florida and so I make an internet search for Orlando water sports but instead Mr Google sent me a picture of your husband with his khrum out.’
‘He have a very good one. It must be nice to see Orlando Bloom. You have a very nice birthday. A lot of cream on your cake, why not?’
Katy simply commented: ‘Omg.’
The happy couple have been dating on and off since 2016 and welcomed their first child together, Daisy Dove, in August.
It’s Katy’s first child and Orlando’s second as he is also father to nine-year-old son Flynn, who he shares with ex-wife Miranda Kerr.
The Pirates of the Caribbean actor proposed to Katy on Valentine’s Day in 2019 and so far there hasn’t been any word on whether they’ve tied the knot.
The couple previously pushed back their wedding yet again to make way for their daughter’s birth after the pandemic put a spanner in the works.
Credit: Original article published here.