Katy Perry may have just found the love of her life in her fiance Orlando Bloom. And like every love story out there that’s worth telling, their journey was a long and bumpy road.
The “Never Really Over” songstress has her fair share of ups and downs in love. Some more publicized than others. Now that she’s found true love in the British actor, she recalled how it was like to establish their relationship.
Perry was featured on the cover of Vogue India. In an interview with the fashion magazine, the pop star recalled the experiences that led to her engagement. She admitted to the publication, “I’ve gone to therapy, been through the Hoffman Process, done plant medicine…”
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“And I have a partner who is also all about finding a balance—Orlando, who is on a spiritual journey of his own. He’s an anchor who holds me down, and he’s very real,” she continued.
“He’s not the number one fan of Katy Perry, but he’s the number one fan of Katheryn Hudson.”
Isn’t that the sweetest? As for what she’s learned about love throughout the years, Perry explained:
“Love is different from dating. You date in your twenties. Love is partnership, friendship, truth and being an absolute mirror to someone.”
If you’re wondering what it’s like to date a high-profile movie star, Perry wants you to know that it’s no different from everyone else.
“Orlando is like a sage. When we first met, he said we would pull the poison out of each other, and we really do. It’s exhausting, but we really hold each other accountable.