KATY Perry looks gorgeous in gold as she poses for her new shoe collection while expecting her first child with Orlando Bloom.
The pop star rocks a Grecian goddess vibe with braided hair in the buttercup gold dress with batwing sleeves and a plunging neckline, which she paired with a quirky pineapple bag and a pair of classic stiletto heels, both from her Katy Perry collection.
The California Gurls singer hasn't chosen to reveal her due date with the world so far but she appeared to hint at the fact her bundle of joy could be arriving sooner than some might expect.
In an Instagram post following her announcement, she wrote: "let's just say it's gonna be a jam-packed summer."
She also mentioned Summer in an Instagram live chat as she told fans: "There's a lot that will be happening this summer."
The 35-year-old singer revealed the happy news on March 5, 2020 with the release of her music video, Never Worn White, joking that she no longer has to hide her burgeoning bump.
The video featured her cradling what looked like a baby bump in a white dress, before the final shot left fans in no doubt that the singer was expecting her first child – as she stood sideways on wearing only a sheer gown.
She tweeted: "Omg so glad I don't have to suck it in anymore… or carry around a big purse lol."
The Teenage Dream singer, 35, said she and Orlando had been planning to have their first child together for a while and were "looking forward" to the new arrival.
Discussing the baby news on SiriusXM Hits 1, she said: "Well it wasn't an accident. I'm so grateful for everything I've been able to do and achieve and all the goals I've been able to check off my list."
Katy is also planning to judge the latest season of American Idol which has been put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, but host Ryan Seacrest admitted he hopes they can continue with the season using new technology.
“We want to put on the episodes that allow America to vote for their favorites to get to an American Idol winner this season. So, how are we going to do that?" he told TMZ.
"We haven’t fully decided. I think we see the obvious ways that people are using technology now on the air and on social media."
He continued: “I think we’re trying to push the limits of technology and explore any sort of technology that might be available to us to deliver the performance, to deliver the judges comments.
“And to deliver America being able to vote so we can make it through the entire season."
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