Katy Perry celebrated her first Mother’s Day on Sunday. A mom’s first Mother’s Day is always special… I’m told. I wouldn’t know, my MIL hijacked mine. Katy posted a very sweet message to Twitter about how fulfilled she is as a mother:
i found everything i was ever searching for when i became a mother. so grateful for that profound, deep love and honored to join the mama club. happiest Mother’s Day ♥️🌼
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) May 9, 2021
It’s lovely that Katy is finding so much fulfillment in being a mom. We heard this from both her and her co-mom Miranda Kerr during Miranda’s latest Kora Organics product launch. Katy said at that time that having Daisy surpassed any career-goal she’d met. In the past, Katy has spoken about the complicated relationship she had with her own parents. A lot of that had to do with her evangelical upbringing. Daisy has likely given Katy a sense of family she didn’t have before and I’m sure that feeling of fulfillment is overwhelming.
Katy’s other M-Day post, the one she dedicated to her mother, was a little less emotional and a little more ABC-tie in/plug for American Idol so, I think it’s safe to say that Katy was going through several emotions that day.
Her fiancé, Orlando Bloom, is going to be going through some stuff – his own, to pack up if he doesn’t get his crap together. For Katy’s first Mother’s Day, he retweeted a fan made image and dedicated it to her:
With the caption:
Got myself a real catch. 🐠 ❤️Sending love and respect to all the amazing people who have shaped our lives, supported us and loved us unconditionally. Happy Mother’s Day 🌼
I mean, read the room, dude. Katy’s out here wearing her heart on her sleeve about being a new mom and her life being fulfilled and he’s objectifying her as a mermaid with some dumb pun. I’m all for jokes, but I feel like Katy’s been asking for some acknowledgement for a while and Orlando’s complaining about not getting any. Katy played along, though, so I guess it’s all good. And she seemed very happy with her Mother’s Day gift. Orlando gave her a framed imprint of Daisy’s first feet and handprints.
Photo credit: Instagram and Twitter