Pregnant Katy Perry Returns to U.S. to See ‘Quarantined’ Fiancé Orlando Bloom: Source

Pregnant Katy Perry is prioritizing her health amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Per an ET source on Friday, the “Teenage Dream” singer is traveling from Australia to the United States to be with her fiancé Orlando Bloom.

In an Instagram Story posted Thursday, the actor revealed he was heading back to the States from the Czech Republic to be “quarantined” after production of his show “Carnival Row” got shut down.

“Katy has left Australia to head home to see Orlando and rest,” the insider told the publication. “This is Katy’s first pregnancy and although she wants to still keep her work commitments, she knows now is a scary time and is taking her health and her child’s health seriously.”

While Down Under, the songstress celebrated International Women’s Day with a performance at Melbourne Cricket Ground, and honored first responders at an appearance in Bright, Victoria.

“Katy plans to scale back on work things where she can and, although she didn’t want to cancel some work engagements in Australia, she knew it was the right thing to do,” the source added.

Earlier this month, the 35-year-old revealed her pregnancy at the end of her “Never Worn White” music video.

Shortly after this, a People source said Perry and Bloom postponed their wedding in Japan, where cases of COVID-19 have been detected.

“It was all set for Japan with 150 guests. Katy was actually really excited about walking down the aisle pregnant,” an insider told the publication. “They were both so elated that all the wedding details were finally coming together, but they are hitting pause because of coronavirus.”

Perry and Bloom got engaged on Valentine’s Day 2019. He shares 9-year-old son Flynn with ex-wife Miranda Kerr.


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