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Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom getting serious; she still talks to ex John Mayer

24 February 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are reportedly getting more serious with their relationship but the singer still has communications with her ex John Mayer.

A source shared that Perry and Bloom are doing well with their relationship and they have been hanging out a lot in the past two months. The insider added, “They are a very chill pair…They both communicate great and laugh when they are around each other.” The two are in really great spirits that Bloom decided to introduce the new lady in his life to his son Flynn, whom he shares with his ex-wife, model Miranda Kerr.

The insider added, "Katy has met Flynn, and they get along wonderful. She thinks he is so cute and such a well behaved kid! Katy would [also] like kids one day, and she is vocal about that."

However, other reports are saying that despite the two having a great connection, the “Roar” singer continues to communicate with Mayer. Accordingly, Perry and Mayer remain to be friends and they care about each other. They also want to see each other happy and have no bad blood between them. As for Mayer’s love life, he is said to be dating casually and is not serious with anyone.

Perry and Mayer have been in an on-again-off-again relationship since 2012. They rekindled their relationship last year but ended things in July. She was then spotted hanging out with Bloom in January.

Bloom and Perry attended several after parties during the 2016 Golden Globe Awards. They were also at Stella McCartney's Autumn 2016 Presentation and attended Adele’s concert.

As for Bloom, he and Kerr remain to be in a harmonious relationship for their son. Kerr said in an interview with Elle Australia back in 2014, “We do everything to make sure our relationship is harmonious. We both love and care about each other and genuinely want each other to be happy.”