Scorpio mom Katy Perry: ‘My daughter is a Virgo and she thrives in routine’

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I’m a Virgo. Beyonce is a Virgo. Prince Harry is a Virgo. Idris Elba is a Virgo. Keanu Reeves is a Virgo. Virgos are amazing people, but we are anal retentive, highly organized and very scheduled-routine-oriented. My stomach starts to hurt if I’m running late for an appointment. I work from home and I largely set my own schedule, and I stick to the same damn schedule because I love that routine. Parents of Virgo children can probably attest to that as well: Virgo children have their own internal clock, and they easily fall into routines and sleep schedules. That’s what Katy Perry has found out too. Her daughter Daisy was born on August 26th, which means the baby is a Virgo. And guess what? According to Katy Perry, little Daisy loves her routine.

Katy Perry’s baby girl is chained to the rhythm of a routine! Appearing on Live with Kelly and Ryan on Monday, alongside her American Idol cohorts Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan, the “Not the End of the World” singer, 36, opened up about her working-mom schedule with daughter Daisy Dove, 5 months, whom she shares with fiancé Orlando Bloom.

She jokes that the baby’s astrological sign, Virgo, means she does best with a routine.

“Yeah, of course there’s a routine. My daughter is a Virgo and she thrives in routine,” Perry tells co-host Ryan Seacrest with a smile. “But I did start filming American Idol season 4 after I’d given birth, five weeks later. And I didn’t plan that. But it was like, ‘Oh, my God!’ It was so intense, you know? Giving birth, then going back to work and breastfeeding, like — holy crap! ‘This is what women do? Oh my God!’ ” she adds.

Co-host Kelly Ripa, a mom of three, agrees, “It’s kinda amazing. It’s like you can’t believe what your body is capable of, right?”

[From People]

If you watch the video, Katy isn’t joking. Daisy must already be a sleep schedule and feeding schedule and all hell probably breaks loose if you mess with the child’s schedule. You know who I feel sorry for? Daisy Bloom. Born to a Capricorn father and a Scorpio mother. Daisy will know no peace. Her daily routines are going to be yanked away from her regularly. No, in all seriousness, I think Katy got herself really ready psychologically for motherhood and I bet she’s a great mother. For a Scorpio.


Photos courtesy of Katy’s Instagram.

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  1. Mcali02 says:

    My eyes hurt from rolling so hard.

    • Wren says:

      Right? All babies do best with a routine. Star signs are a crock.

      • Arpeggi says:

        Yup! Why would gas formations that are likely already dead have any impact on living ppl. It’s pseudoscience garbage

      • Isabella says:

        I’m a so called Virgo and built a life around not having a Consistent schedule. I get so bored with it and hate it honestly.

      • AMA1977 says:

        I’m an Aquarius and there is not one facet of that sign that accurately describes me. I think astrological signs are ridiculous. And yes, all babies need a routine and do best if you feed them and put them to sleep on a schedule.

    • Bibi says:

      That’s the stuff 1st time parents say lol

    • Anne Call says:

      To survive, new born baby must be fed on a schedule. Omg, she’s such a Virgo! Also, please girl, mention your 24/7 nanny help and how much that helps a mom on the go.

  2. Case says:

    I used to like Zodiac stuff (Pisces!) a lot until I got into the enneagram. Personality typing is SO much more interesting and useful to me than figuring out what the stars have dictated you will be. Getting into that has honestly helped me understand myself, what I need, and my differences to other people so, so much.

    I still can’t get over how much I like the name Daisy Bloom. It’s adorable. Not too weird but still quirky and Katy-like. So cute.

    • Sylvia says:

      OMG this is the first time I’m seeing any comments about the enneagram! I find it so much more useful in understanding myself and the motivations of others. It has really helped me become more patient and not take things so personally.

  3. Faithmobile says:

    Virgo here. All children need routine.

  4. jules says:

    Lol. Virgo here. Hate routine. But I’m not a baby that should be on some sort of routine. Hate to break it to you Katy. It’s called being a parent…not her zodiac sign.

  5. Nicole says:

    Children like structure in general. They respond best to it. However, I think you give Scorpios and Capricorns a bad name. That child will be fiercely loved and protected. Capricorns like structure too, and are considered the “fathers of the zodiac”. My mom is a Scorpio. Just don’t mess with her and she’s fine. Fiercely protective as will and generally has no problem with revenge. Daisy will have a gnarly mother bear over time IMO.

  6. Pinggu says:

    I’m almost 12 weeks pregnant and my expected birth date is also August 26th. It didn’t occur to me until reading this that my child will be a Virgo! I’m a gemini and I have always thrived more in spontaneity… But I would love to have a baby with reliable sleeping/ feeding routines!

    • Yup, Me says:

      They don’t just magically create them themselves. You, the parent, have to do it and stick with it. Consistency is the most important thing, so babies understand what to expect.

      When my son was first born, I was trying to be like my hippie dippie relatives and was very resistant to putting myself on a schedule. Once I finally did, life got so much easier for all of us (except maybe my husband who was raised by said hippie dippie relatives and has had a crap sleep schedule pretty much his entire life (as do they all)).

    • Isabella says:

      ALL kids need a schedule and routine if they don’t have them, it can be overwhelming for them to have too many decisions and an erratic schedule. the parents help set the routine by working with the child/ baby, it isn’t a choice for either if you care about the health of your child. It is a must determined by hunger and basics of life needs, It also is bad for their health if you don’t schedule feedings and those basic necessities for a baby. please don’t take her info seriously, she is full of sh*t.

  7. Lunasf17 says:

    Lol! Or we just give people a set of generic traits based on when they were born and people think makes astrology real. IDK, I’m a Capricorn and supposed to be a corporate career climber and control freak which is the opposite of who I am. Just think it’s funny that people put so much weight into what position a star consolation was when they were born and think that somehow affects their personality traits. I’m into a lot of whoo whoo stuff but astrology seems so obviously silly to me but also fairly harmless so if Katy thinks her daughter is classic Virgo, who am into judge?

    • Lux says:

      I’m a Capricorn as well, and not a corporate ladder person either but you really need to look at your chart as a whole. It’ll explain a lot. does Free charts.

  8. Chelle says:

    She has a Virgo sun but what are her rising and moon signs. That’s what we really want to know. Lol.

  9. Cee says:

    My boyfriend is a Virgo (I’m Cancer) and his routine is so sacred he feels weird if something makes him deviate from it (or makes him late LOL!)

  10. Swack says:

    I’m a Leo and really need my routine also. My 3 daughter’s, a Taurus, a Leo and a Virgo all had routines as children. They all slept through the night by three months (yes I know I was one lucky momma).

  11. psl says:

    I love these parents who think their kid is so exceptional. ALL babies need routine, and thrive on it.

    First time parents especially, can be so laughable.

  12. DivorceLawyerNY says:

    This is hilarious. Best of luck to her, and yes the name of Daisy Bloom is perfect. Wondering whether she will continue with garden themed names if she has other children.

    I am a Scorpio with a twin sister and we are nothing alike. Ever since I first realized that, at age 12, I realized horoscopes are utter bunk. I agree with the commenter who said Enneagrams are much more revealing.

  13. Kim says:

    All babies thrive with routine

  14. StrawberryBlonde says:

    Horoscopes are total pseudoscience.

    All babies and toddlers thrive on routine. My son will be 2 in 3 weeks. We got on a routine at 4 months and life got immensely better. As he grows and changes, his routine reflects that. 4 naps down to 1 nap. Bottles at x time of day then to a solid schedule of 3 meals and 2 snacks per day. Etc etc. The predictability of his daily schedule is what makes our lives livable!

  15. Kate says:

    Heeeeyyy what do you mean a good mom “For a Scorpio”?! I’m a proud Scorpio, and a fierce mamma. My son will be 13 soon and is a Pisces, both water symbols we are completely in synch. He is sensory, and also needs a relatively strict schedule and has kept it on his own as he’s grown. My boyfriend of 5 years is a Capricorn too, another water symbol. I know multiple scorpios with Capricorn husbands, it’s fascinating. And when I worked for hyundai, I would always pay attention to birthdays when copying driver’s license’s for test drives. It’s crazy how many people without realizing it are married to people that are their astrological match.

  16. LoonaticCap says:

    Im a Capricorn. Like heavy – sun, moon, venus, neptune Capricorn. And then my ascendant is Pisces. So although I’m not the corporate money obsessed jerk the stars describe, I do see myself in a lot of the descriptions.
    But so far the most enlightening information I got are:
    My Enneagram 4
    Infp-t mediator
    CHIRON in Gemini. Guys, look into your Chiron. I’ve never seen anything so accurate in my life. Lol.

    That being said, I find nothing wrong with her relying in her child’s astrological sign. She’s a new mom. Let her.

  17. A Fan says:

    Babies aside, there is far more to astrology than one’s sun sign and a generic horoscope geared to that sun sign. A horoscope is part of predictive astrology – natal charts are not horoscopes. A complete natal reading is fascinating and informative. For a parent, it can help in understanding your little one. Understanding brings empathy and acceptance.

    A natal chart is complex and often full of contradictions. Some parts are harmonious and easy. But, that’s how people are.

    [*Another two earthy Virgo suns to add to the list are Zendaya and Queen Letizia.*]

  18. Dani says:

    My oldest and I share a birthday, born within minutes of each other (I was 3:30 pm and she was 3:34), both Virgos and couldn’t be LESS similar. She doesn’t like routine, doesn’t follow a schedule, messy as hell etc etc whereas I am the definition of a Virgo.

    • A Fan says:

      You may share a Virgo sun, but there is much more to the picture. Your suns are most likely in different houses, your moons are most likely different, your suns most likely make different aspects to other planets, etc, etc. Each sign has inherent tendencies – but how and where they manifest is different based on the complex interchange of planets, houses, and aspects which is only possible with a full natal chart reading. This unique combination influences things greatly and results in discrepancies. Your oldest’s Virgo tendencies are there – they just show themselves in a different way or place than yours.