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American pop star Katy Perry celebrates birthday in Egypt

Perry was accompanied by her fiancee, famous Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom

Eslam Omar , Monday 4 Nov 2019
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American pop star Katy Perry celebrated her 35th birthday in Egypt with her fiancée, British Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom.

Perry and Bloom, who are followed by tens of millions of fans from across the globe on various social media platforms, posted photos of them riding a camel at the Giza pyramids on Sunday, with Bloom commenting "this is living".


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"Ancient Egyptians believed that when you pass on your heart had to be weighed," the multi-award-winning Perry wrote on the Instagram photo caption.

"It had to be lighter than a feather to be qualified for the trip to the afterlife. My mother has called me feather since I was a little girl and I hope after all is said and done my heart is as light as one. This is 35," Perry said.

Bloom, 42, an award-winning actor who has starred in dozens of films and TV series including The Lord of The Rings, Troy, Romeo and Juliet and Pirates of the Caribbean, also posted images of the trip on his Instagram account.

"It’s like looking out over the entire cosmos," Bloom said in a photo caption.

"Egyptian magic got my heart open to a download of love for my Scorpio’s wonder women both celebrating their birthday," he said.


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