Katy Perry points out more kids with Orlando Bloom


Are Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom planning to have more kids in the future? Almost a year after welcoming daughter Daisy Dove Bloom, Perry made a slight hint in an interview with L’Officiel USA that one or more children might be in her future. While gushing about her fiancé (who many fans think might already be her husband), Perry said she knew she would one day become Bloom as the father of his son Flynn, whom he shares with ex-wife Miranda Kerr would see is “the father of my future children”.

“I was able to witness him and his fatherhood,” Perry told the magazine in the cover story published on Tuesday. “The way he has shown up for him, and continues to show up for him, and the efforts he makes and the distance he covers is, in my opinion, one of the reasons I made this conscious decision” she gushed, ‘Here is the father of my future children.’ I could see his kindness, empathy, care and tenderness. I was courting that. I thought, ‘Okay, that’s different.’ “

She went on to say that in Daisy, Bloom’s first daughter, she could see another side of fatherly love for him. “And this is his first girl, so it’s a very different feeling for him. I’m really, really grateful to have him. And he really shows himself to be very emotional, which is unique to me. “

Much of Perry’s interview focused on the different nature of her life these days compared to the breakneck pace her career had taken in previous years. When she talked about how motherhood changed her life, she talked about fulfillment. “I am grateful that I have not tried to continuously climb career mountains. I thought, ‘I think there is another mountain to climb that has an equally beautiful view, if not more fulfilling,’ “she said.

“As a performer, I’ve always relied on the love, acceptance, and approval of the outside world and that can end up fluctuating at times,” she admitted. “When you have a child, you have someone who looks at you and doesn’t know about your resume, doesn’t know about your bank account, doesn’t know anything, doesn’t care, and just loves you. Unconditional love. It’s just … everything I’ve been looking for. “

“I had 35 years to be in charge, to do what I wanted to do, to travel around the world and look after my career,” she said. “Now I have a great responsibility to take care of such an incredible gift. It makes you quite vulnerable and reminds you of your own childhood that you probably want to do differently. I want to do it differently. “

Although she admits that she was “nervous” about being a mom, she now realizes that “this is the living part. Every day I think, ‘When can we go for a walk? When can we go swimming?’ There was a good 12 years when none of this small thing existed. It was amazing to live big and wild, but sometimes it’s nice to just toss the ball in the grass and see your daughter in front of the dog’s simple joys laughs, he comes and brings him back. “


Janet Smith