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Katy Perry shows off her baby daughter's nursery

The pregnant singer revealed the space during a livestream from the Hidden Hills, California, home she shares with her fiancé, Orlando Bloom

By House & Garden | September 17, 2020 | Nursery Kids Room

Picture: Katy Perry, Instagram

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have been spending much of their time during the COVID-19 lockdown prepping for the arrival of their baby daughter. And on Sunday, the “Roar” singer gave fans a sneak peek into the little girl’s nursery. “Hey everyone, I’m going to show you my baby room, ready? Just a little. Just a little sneak peek,” Perry said during her weekly Smile Sunday livestream show, welcoming viewers into the pink room.

In the video, several sets of baby clothes can be seen displayed hanging on decorative hooks on the walls, including a lacy yellow dress and a pair of what looks to be tiny ballet slippers. A white oval-shaped crib is set at the far end of the room, with floor-to-ceiling curtains behind it and a modern, minimalist mobile hanging above. A rocking chair with a back cushion is situated in another corner. Perry also shows off a few of her daughter’s outfits, including one particularly hilarious onesie with Bloom’s face printed all over it. Earlier this summer, the Carnival Row actor told People that Perry was “having fun with” decorating the nursery, and it seems clear from her excitement that he was spot on.

Perry and Bloom currently reside in a 5,427-square-foot Hidden Hills home, which the singer purchased for just under $19 million in 2017. Situated on 1.16 acres of property, the mansion comprises five bedrooms and five bathrooms, and features an infinity pool out back. In late 2018, she purchased a second home nearby, presumably to be used as a guest house, for $7.5 million. Measuring 4,410 square feet, the second dwelling is only slightly smaller than the couple’s main house, with four bedrooms and five bathrooms and a lagoon-style swimming pool.

Shortly after Perry and Bloom became engaged in early 2019, they both sold off properties: She parted with a Hollywood Hills compound for $8.95 million, while he sold his Beverly Hills bachelor pad for $8.9 million not long afterward.

This article originally appeared on Architectural Digest.