Katy Perry is getting everything ready as she and Orlando Bloom prepare to become parents! As People has shared, a source close to Bloom revealed in this week's issue of the magazine that Perry "is still decorating the nursery and having fun with it." 

During Perry's appearance on The Graham Norton Show last month, the singer talked about how she's been "learning to be a mom fast" while spending her lockdown surrounded by many young family members.

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Perry has "several more weeks" until due date, according to source

Perry's hometown of Santa Barbara, California is said to have been an escape for the couple as of late. "Orlando and Katy both love the beach," the source told People. "They enjoy the drive up the coast from L.A. It's a beautiful change of scenery for them."

Perry and Bloom began dating in 2016, and Perry announced her pregnancy back in March through the music video for her new song "Never Worn White." 

According to the source, Perry only has "several more weeks" to go until her due date, and "seems less stressed but is definitely a bit nervous about giving birth." The source also says that Bloom "tries to be as supportive as possible" of his fiancée.

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Perry is reportedly "super excited about her baby girl", says source

Perry and Bloom's wedding plans were unfortunately postponed because of the coronavirus, but the couple is still making the best of things! "Katy loves that Orlando is not working and that he is around all the time," the source shared with People. "She is super excited about her baby girl."

As People mentions, Perry is set to co-headline the virtual Rock The Vote event with the Black Eyed Peas this Thursday night.

"The young people of America are speaking loud and clear on the streets and online," Perry said in a statement, "and come November, it will be more important than ever to fight for justice and equality, and against systemic racism, with our ballots."