In an interview with the Sunday Times, Orlando Bloom spoke about the few months leading up to the start of his love affair with Katy Perry. And the actor had two watchwords: celibacy and abstinence.
Before meeting Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom went through a period of celibacy … and abstinence! Soon dad for the second time, the star of the Lord of the Rings has confided without taboo in the columns of the Sunday Times about his relationship with his fiancée, but also, the period leading up to his meeting. And admitted that for six months he had “done nothing” sexually. “If you want to be serious in a relationship, stay single for a few months” thus advised a friend to the actor. “It takes away the idea of going to a party and thinking, ‘Who am I going to meet?’ I was suddenly like, ‘Oh, I can have a relationship with a woman who will just be a friend’ “, explained Orlando Bloom.
If at first he thought that remaining single would be difficult given that he “love women”, and that sex would interfere “building meaningful relationships”, the actor took another radical decision: abstinence. “I told myself I was going to stay like this for three months, but I really enjoyed the way I interacted with women.”, he explained, also revealing that during those six months he “didn’t even masturbate”. “Absolutely nothing, he recalls. It was crazy. I don’t think it’s healthy. I don’t think it was desirable. Things have to keep moving over there “, he stressed, however.
Orlando Bloom: “Katy and I spent time together and it connected”
A habit he then preserved when he met Katy Perry at the 2016 Golden Globes. “We spent time together and it connected”, Explain Orlando Bloom, who got to know the singer before taking the next step in their relationship. A method that seems to have worked for the couple, who are currently expecting their first child together, as revealed Katy Perry on March 5 in the video of his new hit, Never Worn White. Engaged since February 2019, the comedian and singer may welcome their baby before getting married, their union in Japan having been postponed due to the coronavirus.
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