Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom Updates: Actor Still in Touch with Ex, Break-up Revealed; Singer Wants Family ASAP?

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have confirmed their breakup recently, but there are some who confirm the continuous reach out of her ex despite the split. Nevertheless, the damage may have been done to the couple and it seems to be an intriguing one at that.

According to recent reports by E! Online, both Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom had relationships with high-profile names. Bloom, being the former partner of bombshell Miranda Kerr, and Perry with the likes of Travie McCoy (Gym Class Heroes) and Russell Brand, once had what seemed to be solid relationships until they it went to the cleaners.

While their relationship held out for a period, the was confirmed that the couple split for the reason that Bloom did not yet want to be married, let alone have kids, which Perry is already eyeing for.

At 32 years old, Katy Perry is said to want a family of her own and does not want to waste time with short-term relationships. As per Mirror, the two spent a great time together, with Orlando Bloom getting a break coming from his relationship with Kerr, although the sad revelation is that Perry found out how they were on "different pages."

Orlando Bloom is known in the world for his science-fiction character interpretations-one being "The Lord of the Rings" elf Legolas which ran for multiple movies. Recently, Bloom was confirmed on being part of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" alongside Johnny Depp.

Reprising his role as Will Turner, while Depp is back as the enigmatic Jack Sparrow. Katy Perry recently launched a new track entitled "Chained to the Rhythim," adding yet another chart-topping hit to her arsenal of massive hits in the past. With the two personalities continuing to be a thing of controversy, is there any hope of them getting back together?

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