Congratulations are in order for Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom, who have just announced that they’re expecting their first child together. And how did they do it? In the most creative and cutest way possible.
On Wednesday night, Katy Perry dropped her newest music video, called “Never Worn White.” Katy very clearly has a baby bump throughout the video, and at the very end, she lovingly caresses her stomach.
In Katy Perry’s first new video of 2020, she shows off her growing baby bump – and boy, does she glow throughout the entire music video. She wears an elegant white gown fit for a bride and also dons a literal bouquet of beautiful flowers.
“Never Worn White” is a love song to her fiancé, Orlando Bloom. She sings about her apprehension toward marriage, but how she’d really like to give it a try.
I’ve never worn white, no
But I really wanna try it with you
Yeah, I’ve never worn white
But I wanna get it right
‘Cause you really wanna say “I do”
‘Cause I do
The final moments of the video are the sweetest. Katy cradles her adorable baby bump while singing, “See us in sixty years with a full family tree (I do).”
If you’d like to watch the video in its entirety, we’ve included it below.
Not only did Katy Perry make her pregnancy obvious in her new music video, but in true 2020 fashion, she also whipped out her cellular phone and shared the wonderful news on social media. After the song premiered, Katy posted on Instagram Live that she’s expecting a “jam packed summer” thanks to “giving birth… literally” to both a new album AND child.
Katy also tweeted, “omg so glad I don’t have to suck it in anymore,” and “or carry around a big purse lol.”
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) March 5, 2020
Katy Perry, 35, released five singles in 2019. The most recent was “Harleys in Hawaii.” Fans and critics are loving her new releases, with USA Today music critic Patrick Ryan saying he believes Perry’s “Never Really Over” breakup anthem was her best new song in years.
However, she hasn’t released a new album since 2017’s “Witness,” which was considered to be disappointing.