Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom 'want more kids after becoming stronger as parents'
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are said to be stronger and closer than ever after welcoming their first child.
The loved-up couple became parents to daughter Daisy Dove last year, a year on from getting engaged.
And pals say they're ready to expand their brood, and don't want to wait too long before welcoming baby number two.
A source told Closer magazine: "Katy and Orlando have become even stronger since having Daisy and they're loving life as a family unit, so they don't want to waste any time before having another one.
"Katy's incredibly close to her sister, Angela, who's just 20 months older than her, so she wants to ensure Daisy gets to experience that same sibling relationship she has."
Orlando is also dad to son Flynn, 10, who he shares with ex-wife Miranda Kerr, and they're all a happy blended family.
Miranda has even said that she's closer to Katy than she is to her former husband.
Miranda and her husband Evan Spiegel often spend time with Katy and Orlando as one big happy family unit.
Miranda once said: "When it comes to special occasions when we have to be together, we work it out so we have compromises - what is the best for our whole family."
Katy and Miranda became close as they spent more time together.
Miranda said in another interview: "We are a modern family," adding that Katy and Flynn "get along great".
Miranda publicly gushed over Katy when she returned to work after welcoming her baby girl, telling her she's "amazing".
And the model later said on the Drew Barrymore Show: "I adore Katy, and I just feel so happy that Orlando has found someone that makes his heart so happy, because at the end of the day, for Flynn to have a happy father and a happy mother is just the most important thing.
"I’m just so grateful that Orlando and Katy found each other, and I’m so grateful that I found my incredible husband."
The Mirror has contacted Katy and Orlando's representatives for comment.