After keeping their sobriety “pact” for three months, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have decided to end their relationship. A combined sobriety journey provided the couple with a “opportunity to reset” and “a great opportunity to just let my body bounce back a little bit,” the singer of “Daisies” told People on June 21. The agreement was made in late February, after President’s Day had passed.
“I’ve had a pretty good relationship with just finding balance,” Perry told the publication, explaining that at the time she was “not really drinking” on weeknights but would “indulge a little bit” on the weekends. “I’ve had a pretty good relationship with just finding balance,” Perry said. “I’ve had a pretty good relationship with just finding balance.”
The notion, according to Perry, came to her while Bloom was beginning filming a movie in London, and she stated that she wanted to be “supportive” of him as he focused on his role. If your significant other isn’t participating in whatever you’re trying to accomplish—whether it a reset or a cleanse—it’s going to be a lot more challenging for you.
Therefore, working on it together makes it a lot less difficult,” she continued. Despite the fact that they agreed to give up drinking, Perry has stated that she does not “really identify with any labels as far as sober or whatever.” Perry and Bloom have a daughter together named Daisy Dove, who is 2 years old. Perry is the owner of the brand De Soi, which is a “nonalcoholic apéritif” that contains natural botanicals and adaptogens. Perry uses this brand to help her during times when she isn’t drinking alcohol.