Katy and Bloom [Photo: Courtesy]

Orlando Bloom has given a first insight into how his baby daughter Daisy Dove looks and acts and has said she is taking after her mother, Katy Perry. The 43-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star opened up about the first weeks of Daisy's life when he made a video appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday.

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Orlando and Katy, 35, are yet to share a photo of Daisy's face, with only her tiny hands being shown in their baby announcement on social media. While Katy has spoken about being a mother, this is the first time they have shared some details about their daughter. Daisy Dove Bloom was born on August 27 and Orlando revealed that Daisy is a “mini Katy,” before opening up about some of the one-month-old baby's features and wellbeing. He said: "The eyes do look like [Katy]’s. But it was funny, because when she first came out, I was like, ‘Oh, it’s me! It’s a mini-me!’ And then, fortunately, she got those Katy blues, which was perfect."

Orlando continued: "But then she sort of looks a bit like my mom. So I got a little bit confused because Katy’s breastfeeding this mini-me, slash my mom. It’s like…who is she going to look like next?” Orlando shares a son, Flynn, with his ex, Miranda Kerr, and he spoke about Daisy's sleeping habits in the illuminating insight. He said: "She is [sleeping through the night]. It’s always a process when little bubbas come into the world and they have to get back to their baby weight because they lose some baby weight in that process. So, she’s now at her baby weight, and she’s sleeping from, like, 9pm until 6 or 7am, which is a blessing.”

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He also revealed how Flynn is talking to his baby sister: "For the first time he has a sister. He’s very well-versed in little babies - his mom has a couple, so he has a couple of little brothers. He’s the best. He’s wonderful. We’re all doing a lot of schooling remotely and we’re home a lot, so there’s been a lot of time for nesting and getting him to pick up around his room and take care of the baby.”