With a 6-month-old at home, Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry have their hands full — and their busy schedules have made it difficult to find some alone time.

During a rapid-fire interview on Saturday, March 20, The Guardian asked the Retaliation star, 44, how often he and the American Idol judge, 36, have sex, and his answer was all too relatable for other new parents.

“Not enough — we just had a baby though,” he responded.

The engaged couple welcomed their daughter, Daisy Dove, in August 2020, joining Bloom’s 10-year-old son, Flynn, from his previous marriage to Miranda Kerr.

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Did Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom Secretly Get Married?

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom fueled speculation that they were secretly married when the singer was spotted wearing a gold ring on Tuesday, March 16.

In photos posted by the New York Post‘s Page Six, the couple were seen walking together after a quick coffee stop with their family while on vacation in Hawaii. In her right hand, Perry, 36, carried a matcha drink, while a gleaming gold band was clearly visible on her left ring finger.

The duo were originally set to wed in December 2019. Us Weekly exclusively reported that month that they postponed their plans due to a timing issue with their planned location. They changed their wedding date to early 2020 before having to push it back again due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Orlando Bloom Recalls “Painfully” Struggling With Fame in His 20s

From The Lord of the Rings to Pirates of the Caribbean, Orlando Bloom has starred in a number of blockbusters. However, the 44-year-old actor doesn’t focus on fame.

In a recent feature for The Big Issue, the star shared the lessons he’s learned from his career. “In terms of preparing my younger self for ‘fame,’ I would honestly just say you can’t take that stuff seriously,” he explained for the publication’s latest edition of Letter to My Younger Self. “And you can’t let it stop you living your life.”

Looking back at his 20s, Bloom recalled how there was “so much heat and attention” on him even without the presence of social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. “I got really good at hiding myself,” he added, “because I was really, painfully, trying to live without being just looked at the whole time.”

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