Mama and dad! Katy Perry Orlando BloomTwo children live at home, and I love to talk about the little ones.
In 2011, the actor and his ex-wife became fathers. Miranda KerrFlynn was born to them by their partner,. Although they parted ways two years later, they still coparent.
The model’s husband, Evan Spiegel, praised their dynamic in July 2020, saying that they are all a part of “Team Flynn.”
The Snapchat CEO, who has sons Myles (and Hart) with Kora Organics creator, said WSJ. Magazine at the time: “What I saw from Miranda and Orlando was very different from what I experienced. … That’s the thing I love about Miranda. Everyone is invited. [It’s the] Aussie way.”
Bloom and Perry welcomed their first child in August 2020. They named their daughter Daisy. The Lord of the Rings star lost “the battle” over the infant’s moniker, a source exclusively told Us WeeklyAt the time.
“Orlando liked Fiona, but she was pulling for Daisy,” the insider added, noting that the English star thought Fiona “sounded good alongside” Flynn.
Since Daisy’s arrival, the Carnival Row star has been “super involved” in raising her. “Orlando has made Daisy his priority and slashed a lot of his work time to stay home for the holidays,” another source exclusively told UseNovember 2020. “Orlando is so happy about being a new dad again. He has been doing the night feeds and helping out however he can.”
He and the Grammy nominee have grown “closer” as parents, the insider went on to tell Use. “At first, they were concerned that Katy was going to have to jump straight back into work, but she’s been fully focused on being a mom and happy staying home and spending time with Daisy. They don’t have any trips planned as of now.”
The couple began dating in 2016, and they were married three years later. The couple got engaged in 2016. American Idol judge debuted her baby bump in her March 2020 “Never Worn White” music video.
Keep scrolling to see the couple’s most relatable parenting anecdotes over the years, from maturing as a stepmom to adjusting to working motherhood.