Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are planning to marry in June, Page Six has learned.
But we’re told the pair are hoping to have their ceremony in Japan — which might be difficult to pull off if the coronavirus outbreak continues. (The country is already considering postponing this summer’s Olympic Games in Tokyo because of the disease).
The pair had originally planned on a winter wedding last year, People reported at the time, but pushed back the date, “due to the location they want.”
The “Firework” singer accompanied Bloom, 43, and Flynn, his 9-year-old son from his marriage to Miranda Kerr, on a press tour in Japan around Thanksgiving last year.
Perry — whose marriage to Russell Brand was a lavish affair in India — is said to want an intimate, low-key ceremony this time around.
Earlier this week she told Stellar Magazine that she calls herself a “bridechilla as opposed to a bridezilla.”
“Orlando and I are united with our approach,” she said, “It’s not about the party it’s about the coming together of people who will hold us accountable when things get really hard. Those are just the facts when you’re with someone who challenges you to be your best self.”
The couple — who dated on-and-off from 2016 — got engaged on Valentine’s Day 2019.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Perry, 35, threw fans into a frenzy by hinting that she’s pregnant. The star posted a teaser clip of the video for her new song, “Never Worn White,” at the end of which she appears to cradle her belly in her hands.
Reps for Bloom and Perry didn’t get back to us.
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