Source - Although Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom’s relationship is going along smashingly, the Hollywood power couple won’t be getting married until they’re ready for an antiquated, permanent union, HollywoodLife.com reports.
“Katy is only interested in getting married if it is forever,” said the exclusive source, confirming any suspicions that Perry has faith in an old school model of marriage where one is forever dedicated to their marital partner and probably only that partner, unfortunately. As unfounded as both that model of marriage and believing in it may seem, the source adds that “[Katy] has been down that road before and it didn’t work out so she doesn’t want to rush into something that may crumble in the future,” assuming proper consideration and patience in the now can actually create a relationship foundation that will last in the time to come.
The allegedly swooning lovebirds are really, really taking their time with it, too, as they’ve already been dating for several months, none of which included a hurried trip to Vegas to tie the knot as we all might hope and expect. Perry is so serious about genuine commitment that she even recently flew to England to meet Bloom’s mother, a classic courting move popular all the way up until the airplane’s invention.
However committed to being committed Perry might be and even though “her relationship with Orlando is great,” the source still notes that “[their relationship] is not near forever mode just yet,” potentially leaving the door open for either or both to still develop scandalous secondary romantic interests. Hopeful future opportunities for salacious gossip include Perry’s former boyfriends Travie McCoy, Josh Groban, John Mayer, and her ex-husband Russell Brand, as well as some people for Bloom, too.
For now, it seems Perry and Bloom are simply happy together and happy not rushing their relationship toward what she hopes to be an eventual, final, and unbreakable bond: a bond of matrimony that is also called marriage. Marriage which for now, thankfully, “isn’t in the discussion” between the two.