Katy Perry’s baby daughter is due very soon, and the singer has already made up an adorable nursery for her. She was even nice enough to share the room with fans on a livestream over the weekend.
Katy is expecting her first baby with fiancé Orlando Bloom, who already has a son, Flynn, from a previous relationship. She’s documented her pregnancy on social media over the past several months.
Katy Perry Shares Baby’s Nursery
According to E! News, Katy showed off her future daughter’s nursery for fans on her #SmileSunday livestream this week. The pink room was too cute for even Katy to handle, as she awwed over everything.
“I wanna show you my baby room,” Katy told fans excitedly before giving a quick tour of the nursery. “Ready? Just a little. Just a little sneak peek.” She started by showing off the girly outfits she has hanging on the wall by the door.
The room is painted pink, with an oval-shaped crib and a geometric mobile. There’s also a comfy chair for Katy to sit in with her baby, as well as a changing station and gold light fixtures on the wall. The room also appeared to feature children’s books lining the walls.
As captured by a fan on Twitter, Katy also showed off a little onesie with Orlando Bloom’s face all over it. Katy has one just like it in her size, so she and her daughter will be able to match.
Katy’s Pregnancy Journey
Katy Perry announced her pregnancy in March of this year, showing off her baby bump in the music video for “Never Worn White.” She later revealed that she’s expecting a baby girl, expressing excitement over getting to pass down her costumes to someone.
Speaking of costumes, Katy wore quite a few as American Idol went live from quarantine earlier this year. Katy dressed up as a roll of toilet paper and a bottle of hand sanitizer. She even dressed as Dumbo’s mother Jumbo for Disney week, the perfect costume for a mommy-to-be.
As Katy’s due date approaches, Katy told the Los Angeles Times that she’s not afraid to give birth, saying, “The pain will pass. It’s temporary.” She also shared that she wants to raise her daughter “differently than the way I was raised,” giving her “choice and freedom of thought.”