Katy Perry recently announced being pregnant wither first child through her ‘Never Worn White’ music video. The Roar singer who is engaged to Pirates of the Carribean actor Orlando Bloom is five months pregnant but has been managing her work schedule just fine. Amidst the Novel Coronavirus pandemic spreading rapidly, after attending a press conference in Australia, Katy Perry was snapped heading back home to the States. Just recently, Orlando Bloom also took to his social media to share the news that he is rushing home to be quarantined.
While on the sets of Carnival Row in the Czech Republic, Orlando Bloom took to his Instagram stories to share a video with fans updating them about the development in regards to the Coronavirus pandemic. In the video, Orlando said, “It’s farewell from us as we go home to be quarantined,” and mentioned that he is rushing back to his home to be quarantined. The actor added, “We’re coming home to the States, at least I’m coming home to the States because we want to get in before they quarantine. Stay safe out there.”
Moving on, in the video later, Orlando Bloom spoke about self-quarantine and shared his thoughts on the fast-spreading pandemic. He said, “Self-quarantine. It seems really crazy actually this whole corona thing, but do the right thing by you and your family and stay safe. A few weeks, we’ll beat this bad boy.”
Meanwhile, Orlando Bloom was filming for the second season of the Amazon Prime Video series in Prague, Czech Republic. As the President of The United States has been taking strict actions on travel to avoid spreading the deadly virus, Bloom has been trying his best to make his way and race back home to fiancee Katy Perry at the quickest possible. Also Read: Kylie Jenner Shares An Uncanny Resemblance To Daughter Stormi Webster; Their Childhood TB Picture Is Proof
Image source: Instagram/ Katy Perry
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