Katy Perry opens up about being a first-time mum during COVID-19
'It’s going to be interesting!'
By Mark Brook
April 28 2020
American popstar Katy Perry has opened up about becoming a first-time mum as the world rapidly changes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
WATCH: Katy Perry gives pregnancy update while dressed as a hand sanitiser
Speaking on the radio show On Air with Ryan Seacrest, Katy said she is thankful for her blessings, but added she is learning to adapt to a new kind of normal amid COVID-19.
"I’m just taking it one day at a time and I have a great partner, I’ve got my family around me," Katy told radio host Ryan Seacrest.
"I’m quarantining with my nieces … we’re all being very gentle with each other because we know it’s a stressful time, but I think we’ll look back at this time and we’ll have grown," she added.
The Teenage Dream songstress went on to say that it is a little bit "nerve-racking" to be navigating pregnancy during this challenging time.
"It’s going to be interesting… Every week that passes, it doesn’t necessarily get better. My thought is like, 'OK, well let’s review my options once again. What’s going on?'" she said.
The popstar took to Instagram to show off a very messy photo from her gender reveal, with the caption: "It's a girl".
The reveal is a dream come true for Perry who also told concert goers in Melbourne, Australia back in March that she was hoping for a baby girl.
The 35-year-old also referred to her pregnancy in the music video for her new song "Never Worn White".