KATY Perry and actor Orlando Bloom announced their first child together will be a baby girl in a very messy Instagram announcement.
The 35-year-old posted the gender reveal that showed her baby daddy covered in what appears to be pink shaving cream as he flashed a huge grin along with the clever tag "girls run the world."
"It’s a girl," the Teenage Dream songstress captioned the shot alongside two pink heart emojis.
The big reveal comes one month after Katy told fans at her Melbourne concert that she was hoping for a baby girl.
Orlando, 43, is already dad to his 9-year-old son Flynn who he shares with ex-wife and supermodel Miranda Kerr.
The couple started dating on-and-off in January 2016 before getting engaged on Valentine’s Day 2019.
Their wedding was set for sometime this Spring in Tokyo, Japan but was postponed amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
On March 5, Katy dropped the pregnancy bombshell minutes after showing off her baby bump in her new music video Never Worn White.
The video featured her cradling her bump in a white dress and left fans questioning if it were true until she cleared the air moments later.
She tweeted: "Omg so glad I don't have to suck it in anymore … or carry around a big purse lol."
Katy is reported to currently be around seven months pregnant.
She told her Instagram followers the day after she went public with the baby news:
"Let’s call it a reveal — there’s a lot that will be happening to me this summer.
"Not only will I be giving birth — literally and figuratively. So let's just call it a double whammy. It's a two-for."
She continued: "I’m excited, we’re excited and we’re happy — and it’s probably the longest secret I’ve ever had to keep.
"I knew I would tell you in the best way, which is through a piece of music because that’s how I speak to you," she said of the music video reveal.
The Grammy nominee also confessed she's had some serious pregnancy food cravings and now carries Tabasco sauce around with her, adding that she has been eating "the same burrito for weeks on end".
This story originally appeared on The Sun and is republished here with permission.