Orlando Bloom Reference To Daughter Daisy In Sweet Tribute To Fiancée Katy Perry Is Making Us Teary

Ata Owaji Victor
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Photo credit: Katy Perry  - Instagram
Photo credit: Katy Perry - Instagram


Katy Perry delivered an electrifying performance of her hit song 'Firework' on the eve of President Biden's inauguration and received adorable praise from her fiancé Orlando Bloom.

Following her performance in Washington D.C, the 44-year-old actor took to Instagram to congratulate Perry for her vocals at the Celebrating America event.

The Lord of the Rings star shared a short clip on social media of Perry as she passionately ended her song with an emotional point to the firework-filled sky across the capitol.

In the video, the Never Worn White singer is dressed in an ethereal all-white gown from New York City-based designer Thome Browne - who was also responsible for the chic red white and blue ensemble seen on Ella Emhoff (Vice President Kamala Harris's stepdaughter) on the morning of the inauguration.

In the sweet tribute to the singer, Bloom wrote: 'One day our little girl will grow up and see her mother play her part in a moment in history that we hope will heal, we hope will unite, we hope, we love.'

He concluded the sweet declaration of love with 'one proud partner here with a tear of joy' and an American flag emoji and firework emoji.

The couple welcomed their daughter Daisy Dove Bloom, who Bloom references in the sweet caption, in August 2020.

Last year, the Daisies singer spoke exclusively to ELLE UK about early motherhood and the difficulties she has since navigated, admitting: ‘I’ve had my breaking points.

‘I made a conscious decision to become a mother, but I didn’t know until I became a mother that you have to strike a balance. [Motherhood is] all the clichés and more. Let me tell you as someone who has done and seen everything, there’s nothing better than having a beautiful, pure child. They’re just the epitome of love.’

Much like the sentiments describes by her fiancé Bloom, Perry expressed the need for ‘some light and hope,’ amid the current global situation, referencing her hit 2020 song 'Resilient'.

‘I wrote [‘Resilient’] before the pandemic, probably because I knew I’d need it right about now. This song is about getting through, and rising above and coming out stronger. Now more than ever before we can all resonate with that message.'

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