The much-awaited wedding of singer-song writer Katy Perry and actor Orlando Bloom which was to take place in Japan in June has been postponed amid the threat of coronavirus outbreak, sources said.
The two stars were getting ready for a June wedding and the wedding preparation was all set for Japan with 150 guests, a source close to the couple told the People magazine.
“They were both so elated that all the wedding details were finally coming together, but they are hitting pause because of coronavirus,” the source was quoted as saying by the magazine.
However, due to the coronavirus scare, they have decided to put their plans on hold, according to the magazine. This may come as a disappointment to their fans but holding back the wedding plan probably is a wise step in view of the coronavirus outbreak that continues to claim lives every day across the world.
The novel coronavirus or COVID-19, which was first detected in Wuhan city of China, has infected over 90,000 people worldwide and claimed over 3,000 lives worldwide so far, according to health authorities.
Katy and Orlando, who have been a couple for quite some time, are expecting their first child together. Katy was really excited about walking down the church aisle pregnant, the source said.
The American singer announced on Thursday in a music video – Never Worn White – that she and Bloom are expecting their first child together.
Katy has also been popularly working as one of the favourite star judges on the television reality show – American Idol.