Expecting mom Katy Perry is prepping for her new normal amid the coronavirus global pandemic.
As you likely know, the Never Worn White singer is pregnant with her first child with fiancé Orlando Bloom and the couple, for the most part, has been diligent about self-quarantining to protect themselves and their baby from exposure to COVID-19.
The American Idol judge put her work commitments in Australia on hold, the Carnival Row actor returned home from Prague as soon as production on his fantasy show was halted, and the pair collectively decided to postpone their grand wedding plans until further notice.
According to an E! News source, Katy is absolutely more focused on her health and wellbeing than walking down the aisle right now:
“She postponed the wedding and no other dates are being discussed. She is resting at home and taking one day at a time. At this point, she isn’t thinking about the wedding and when it will happen.”
For a minute there, they considered moving the ceremony from Japan to the States but ultimately decided against the idea altogether. The source added:
“She is just slowing down and trying to enjoy her pregnancy. She is relieved that she made it home [from Australia] and is feeling good.”
Good idea! It’s been less than a week since Donald Trump declared a state of emergency in the US over the novel virus and urged people not to gather in groups of 10 people or more to practice safe, social-distancing. Despite all of their original plans for a fairytale wedding, we have to agree that worrying about a big ceremony (which might not happen until late next year at this rate) should be the least of pop star’s concerns right now!