Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom marriage rumors have always been around ever since the couple started dating. Now that Katy and Orlando are engaged and have become proud parents, there are new reports that they will have an Egyptian style wedding soon. Perry and Orlando were supposed to marry earlier this year, but things got postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now that things are getting better all over the world and restrictions are lifted, the Dark Horse singer wants to fulfill her dream of having an Egyptian wedding. Katy and Orlando are totally in love with the country and they want to have a wedding ceremony in Egypt as per the local traditions. Here is more on Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom wedding rumors of tying the knot an Egyptian marriage ceremony.
Katy Perry to Orlando Bloom to have an Egyptian Wedding
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom wanted to marry in Egypt since 2019 when they took a trip to the country. The couple went to Giza to celebrate Katy’s 35th birthday and the place was so romantic that Orly wanted to get married there. It would also top Perry’s first wedding to Russell Brand that happened in traditional Indian style.
— ExperienceEgypt (@ExperienceEgypt) November 1, 2019
Katy wants pyramids in the background when she is reading the vows with Orlando, and she will also dress a classical Egyptian princess such as Cleopatra. The Egyptian wedding would have the working staff dressed as mummies when Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are on the stage as a royal couple.
Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom Marriage Rumors and Real Truth
Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom Egyptian wedding rumors are not true as the reports have never been confirmed. While some other sources claim that Katy and Orlando were planning to get married in Japan before the pandemic hit. It seems that the magazine has mistook Katy Perry’s Dark Horse video as her Egyptian wedding rehearsal or something.
But as of now, the couple just welcomed their first child Daisy, and would be focusing on their parent duties instead of some exotic wedding. Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom might get married in the future, but nothing is sure whether it will be an Egyptian or Japanese style ceremony.