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Katy Perry Praises Orlando Bloom For Helping To Ease Her Depression After Split Rumours

Katy Perry explained how the couple complement each other, as Orlando maintains a positive attitude at all times, while she is more 'prone to depression.'

Katy Perry shares daughter Daisy Dove with Orlando Bloom and recently, the rumours of their split swirled the internet after the singer was spotted without her engagement ring and didn’t attend the Met Gala with her partner. However, Perry put all the rumours at rest as she showered love and praise on her fiancé Orlando Bloom for helping to ease her depression.

The hitmaker explained how the couple complement each other, as Orlando maintains a positive attitude at all times, while she is more ‘prone to depression.’ In a recent interview, Katy explained, “I always say when he walks into the room he has this joie de vivre to him, and some people ask, ‘What is this guy on?'” She went on to say, “He’s just really got this happy, posi vibes and I’m a little bit more heady and prone to depression in some ways and so it’s good for me to be around him because he gets me out of my head a little bit.”

Katy admits that she didn’t see herself becoming a mother before meeting and falling for Orlando. She explained, “I wasn’t very maternal and I think that probably stems from some childhood stuff.” The pop star also shared how having a child ‘reshaped her life’ and how her own happiness now revolves around that of her daughter. Katy Perry’s decision to become a mother had a little something to do with Orlando Bloom.

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During an appearance on Dear Chelsea, Perry opened up about motherhood and when she decided it was the right time. “Best decision I made in my entire life,” she told Chelsea Handler of parenting her 20-month-old daughter Daisy Dove, whom she shares with fiancé Orlando Bloom. “I wasn’t very maternal and I think that probably stems from some childhood stuff.” And though Perry said she long thought that motherhood wasn’t in the cards for her because there was a ‘disconnect,’ being with Bloom changed that perspective.

She explained, “Then Orlando, I got to see what a great dad he was with his first child, Flynn, who is now 11.” “So that definitely, primally influenced me something inside of me said, ‘You, the mid-30s. This man is nice. Must breed,'” she said jokingly. “He is a kind man.” And having Bloom around not only grew her yearning to be a mother but he’s also served as someone who brings balance into her life.

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