Orlando Bloom says he and fiance Katy Perry don't have 'enough' sex

Orlando Bloom is getting candid about his sex life with fiance Katy Perry.
The 44-year-old Carnival Row actor told The Guardian during an interview published Saturday, March 20 that he hasn't recently had as many intimate moments as he might like.

Of course, as the actor himself pointed out, he and the 36-year-old pop star welcomed daughter Daisy Dove in August 2020, which has greatly impacted their current priorities.

When the reporter asked, "How often do you have sex?" the star replied, "Not enoughwe just had a baby, though."

This is not the first time Orlando has put his sex habits in the spotlight. In March 2020, the Pirates of the Caribbean star told the Sunday Times that he abstained from sex for six months until meeting Katy.

The pair first spurred dating rumours in January 2016 when they were seen spending time together at two Golden Globes after-parties.

"I was going to do three months [of abstaining], but I was really enjoying the way I was relating to women, and to the feminine within myself," Orlando shared at the time.

He had clarified that this indeed meant not getting sexual stimulation in any way.

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"It was insane," he continued. "I don't think it's healthy. I don't think it was advisable. You have to keep it moving down there."

More recently, Orlando took part in an interview with the Sunday Times that was published March 21, 2021, and he gave details about his parenting routine with the Firework performer. The actor also shares 10-year-old son Flynn with ex-wife Miranda Kerr.

"It's amazing to be a father again," Orlando said. "There's less anxiety this time and more presence. I'm a Capricorn, so I crave routine. Fortunately my partner is really into that too."

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