Katy Perry Shares Baby Scan Video Of Unborn Daughter Flipping 'Middle Finger' At Her
Katy Perry has shared a baby scan which appears to show her unborn daughter flipping a 'middle finger' at her parents.
Sharing footage from her scan on Instagram, the 35-year-old singer wrote: "When your unborn daughter gives you a middle finger from the womb you know you're in for it #happymothersdaytome."
Perry revealed she's expecting her first child with fiancé Orlando Bloom, 43, back in March, using her latest music video to confirm the happy news.
In the 'Never Worn White' video, Perry can be seen holding her tummy at the end - which is, of course, something of an international sign for pregnancy. Or stomach ache, but that would be a decidedly worse concept for a music video.
Following the video's release, Perry told fans via Instagram Live: "There's a lot that will be happening this summer. Not only will I be giving birth, literally, but also figuratively to something you guys have been waiting for. So let's just call it a double whammy. It's a two-for."
She continued: "I am excited. We're excited and happy and it's probably the longest secret I've ever had to keep.
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"And I like to tell you guys everything but I knew I would tell you in the best way, which is through a piece of music because that's... I guess that's how I speak to you. That's how we speak together to each other."
At the beginning of April, Perry also announced she and Bloom were expecting a baby girl, sharing a photo of her partner with what appeared to be pink-coloured icing from a cake.
"It's a girl," she wrote.
Perry recently admitted to E! that being pregnant during lockdown hasn't been the easiest of rides, saying being cooped up indoors while expecting a child has left her feeling 'frazzled'.
Explaining how she'll often have 'five good days' and then experience days that are much tougher - when she'll 'cry when I look down at my toes' or 'doing simple tasks'.
"The mood I'm feeling right now is frazzled," she told the entertainment news outlet.
"I think a lot of that is hormonal and I'm not used to being around so many people all in a confined [or] a small space for so long."
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