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Katy Perry has 'had it with pregnancy' as she impatiently awaits baby's birth

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Katy Perry has 'had it' with pregnancy as she impatiently awaits birth

Katy Perry is done with pregnancy now and wants to meet her first child sooner rather than later, as she shared a photo of her laid out while shopping.

The 35-year-old heavily pregnant singer is ready for motherhood and has told her followers on Instagram that she has "had it" with being pregnant now and wants the birth to hurry up.

Katy is seen wearing a mask as she lies down while shopping for baby supplies, clearly finding the latter stages of pregnancy more of a challenge as she reaches the stage where she wants it to be over and her baby to arrive.

She captioned the photo in which her baby bump is taking its toll: "poopedstar."

While her due date is not yet public, Katy said back in March, when she announced her pregnancy in the music video for Never Worn White, that the baby was due in the summer.

In an Instagram Live chat with fans after her shock announcement, Katy said: "Let’s call it a reveal — there’s a lot that will be happening to me this summer.”

She added that she’s “giving birth — literally.”

Katy has since shared that she is expecting a daughter with fiancé Orlando Bloom, who has also spoken about becoming a father again.

In an interview with Good Morning America on July 2, he revealed how he was feeling about the impending arrival of his little one.

Orlando said: "I’m excited. It’s a magical time when an angel pops into the planet, which is what it feels like for me.

"I’m really looking forward to those very late nights when I’ll be getting up and doing a bottle...

"I’m looking forward to that because I love those quiet times at night when the world feels like it’s asleep and you’ve got a sleeping baby."

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