Orlando Bloom has paid tribute to his beautiful fiancée Katy Perry on Mother’s Day.
The Pirates of The Caribbean actor, 44, took to Instagram to gush over songstress, 36, who welcomed the couple’s daughter, Daisy Dove, in August last year.
The proud dad left fans in hysterics with his unusual post as he photoshopped a recent image of his wife-to-be dressed as a glamourous mermaid into the snap.
Orlando could be seen holding Katy like a fish as he described her as the perfect ‘catch’.
Alongside the good-humoured snap, the smitten star penned: “Got myself a real catch.
“Sending love and respect to all the amazing people who have shaped our lives, supported us, and loved us unconditionally.
“Happy Mother’s Day,” he concluded.
Orlando ensured to make use of Katy’s recent behind-the-scenes snap of herself dressed as a stunning mermaid for an extravagant Resorts World advert.
Fans were left highly amused by Orlando’s Photoshop efforts, and they flocked to the comments to share some love.
“You two are literal couple goals. This is genius,” gushed one admirer.
“Daisy Dove is lucky to have two hilarious parents like you. This made me chuckle,” another echoed.
Meanwhile, a third quipped: “Who knew Orlando looked so good as a fisherman. Katy’s a lucky lady.”
The hilarious post comes after Orlando candidly admitted that he and Katy have neglected their sex life since the arrival of their daughter last summer.
The pair, who got engaged on Valentine’s Day in 2019, have put their needs on the back burner while they have been getting to grips with parenthood.
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Orlando revealed that over the past year, the pair haven’t had enough sex.
When The Guardian asked the actor about his and Katy’s sex life, Orlando admitted: “Not enough sex – we just had a baby, though.”
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