Who is katy perry dating now
Definitely trying to, like, lay the good emotional foundation for the lifetime of commitment, which is, like, a big deal, you know?
” In other words: Don’t expect her to be heading down the aisle before the year is done.
When it comes to a lifelong commitment, there’s no such thing as taking it too seriously.
And we’re sure whenever the wedding does take place, it will be exactly as fabulous as you’d expect from the “Wide Awake” singer.
Bloom also shares a child with Kerr, the now-8-year-old Flynn Bloom.
Bloom proposed to the pop star back in February (on Valentine’s Day, to be specific), but Perry revealed in a recent interview that she and her fiancé are taking things “one step at a time.” They take the idea of lifelong commitment seriously — and that means not rushing to tie the knot just because of what the public wants.According to an interview in 2013, Perry had not heard from her ex-husband ever since he sent her a text message asking for a divorce in 2011.About the break-up, Perry revealed how Brand simply could not handle a strong woman in the relationship despite how he spoke of looking for an equal.“At first when I met him he wanted an equal, and I think a lot of times strong men do want an equal,” she said.“It’s important for us to do the work before we take this really big next step,” she said.“Because we were both married before, and it’s not the same in your 30s.”According to the pop-star, she and her fiancé are “taking things one step at a time.” Although they are engaged, they are carefully planning their wedding, and making sure their commitment to each other remains stable.