Taylor Swift Sent Katy Perry the Perfect Baby Gift

Brenda Watkins
September 15, 2020

Taylor Swift and Katy Perry at the 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards in 2010.

In addition to the personalized gift, Swift also included a hand-written note, dated May 3, to Daisy's parents, Perry and Orlando Bloom, explaining that she had a similar blanket when she was a child.

On Instagram, Perry posted photos of a silk baby blanket, embroidered with words "Baby Bloom" and a flower from Swift.

This is SO adorable. and we're kind of jealous! Katy Perry wrote in the caption of her post.

Perry gave birth to her first child with actor and longtime fiancé Orlando Bloom last month.

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If you're not understanding why everyone is sobbing over this baby blanket gift, you may need a little celeb feud context.

But reports surfaced their actual beef was of Perry's dancers jump ship to combine Swift's Red excursion 2013, until they abandoned halfway through and moved back into Perry's camp to get the Prism trip. But previous year, the pair seemed to have reconciled when they appeared together in Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" music video, dressed as a ideal pair: a burger and fries. The emojis, of course, stand for her daughter's name: Daisy Dove Bloom.

Katy and Orlando welcomed baby Daisy to the world in August, announcing the news in a statement through UNICEF, with whom they are Goodwill Ambassadors, saying: "We are floating with love and wonder from the safe and healthy arrival of our daughter".

While the contents of the note are widely unknown, we can just about make out from the photo the start of the heartfelt message. Swift, too, has been busy sending baby gifts to exes and rivals, as fans think her "Invisible Thread" song lyrics are about Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's new baby.

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