Orlando Bloom pays heartwarming tribute to Katy Perry following coronation concert
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King Charles' coronation concert didn't only welcome A-Listers to the stage, but also to the audience as Orlando Bloom praised his fiancée Katy Perry for her epic performance.
Perry broke out hit tracks like 'Roar', and sang 'Firework' in honour of the new King and 'the work that [they] get to do together with the British Asian Trust and their Children’s Protection Fund'.
While her dress for the occasion did spark a few comparisons from Brits to a Quality Street chocolate, on the whole the reaction to Perry's performance was really positive.
Prince William and Kate's daughter Princess Charlotte was spotted singing along to 'Roar' from her seat with the other royals, while viewers at home took to Twitter to describe Perry as 'amazing'.
It wasn't just fans who were gushing over the singer, though, as Bloom shared snaps of his fiancée on stage to mark the occasion.
The actor didn't appear to be at the event with Perry, who was seen alone on Saturday trying to find her seat for the coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey, but he was clearly among those watching elsewhere.
Bloom shared a photo of drones being used to create a lion's head over the stage as well as one of Perry entertaining the crowd, along with a heartfelt message for his beloved.
"Immensely proud of you my love," he wrote. "You always bring the light."
Perry then responded to send the cuteness of the post into overdrive, commenting: "Our light."
The couple share a two-year-old daughter, Daisy Dove, and got engaged on Valentine's Day in 2019.
The hitmaker later shared the details of the proposal during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, explaining: “We went to dinner and I thought we were going to go see some art after dinner, but we pulled up to a helicopter.
“We had champagne in the helicopter and the box was in his pocket, and he had written down everything he wanted to say in a note to divert. He was going to pull [the ring box] out while I was reading it."
Unfortunately Bloom's proposal didn't quite go to plan as he apparently ended up ripping his coat pocket and knocking a champagne bottle with his elbow, but the important part is, they were engaged by the time they touched down back on Earth.