Orlando Bloom shares intimate pictures to celebrate Katy Perry's birthday

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From Cosmopolitan

Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry have had a busy year. After getting engaged in 2o19, the adorable couple announced their pregnancy in March this year, and welcomed daughter Daisy to the PerryBloom squad in August. Now, it's Katy's 36th birthday, and fianc茅 Orlando posted some intimate pictures of the two of them to Instagram to celebrate the big day.

The post gave a rare intimate glimpse into the couple's relationship, with a series of pictures of the two of them together, including two that appear to be fairly early on in their relationship.

The final two pictures show the loved-up pair earlier on in their relationship. Orlando is clean-shaved, while Katy has the dark hair she was known for at the beginning of her career.

Captioning the series of pictures, Orlando wrote this sweet message, "Happy Birthday my love 馃巶馃巿鉂わ笍 oh the places we鈥檒l go... ".

Earlier this month, the pair bought a huge mansion in Montecito Santa Barbara County, California, in the same neighbourhood as fairly famous couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The $14.2m mansion comes with lots of incredible features, not to mention beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and "nearly nine acres of manicured grounds," according to Variety.

The comment section on the post quickly filled up with messages of love from the couple's celebrity pals, including Chelsea Handler, Josh Brolin and Joel Madden. Plus, in a previous post on Instagram, Orlando showed off one of his gifts to Katy; a personalised birthday message from Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat.

Happy birthday, Katy! And congratulations to the PerryBlooms for their continued cuteness.

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