Almost two months after giving birth, Katy Perry returned to work on American Idol. Keep scrolling to see what she can’t leave home without!
The milking mommy is ready to work!
American Idol judge Katy Perry is hopping back in her seat, two months after giving birth to Daisy Dove Bloom. The pop star is clearly having fun with her motherhood duties and her latest Instagram post shows just how much.
In the social media post uploaded on Oct. 8, Katy showed off a cow-printed dress with matching gloves and hat, a photo of herself alongside fellow Idol judges Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan and host Ryan Seacrest, and then lastly, a photo of a cow in a field.
"MUTHA MILKS is back to werk @americanidol and it's udderly ridiculously MOO-ving already!" she captioned the post. "Not pictured: my pumping breaks (shout out to @csiriano for the incredible custom costume."
Baby Daisy is the singer's first child with fiancé and actor Orlando Bloom, and according to her Twitter, she's found a new appreciation for the new role altogether.
Towards the end of September, the "What Makes A Woman" singer tweeted, "Popular misconception: being a mom isn't a full time job."
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MUTHA MILKS is back to werk @americanidol and it’s 🍼udderly🍼 ridiculously MOO-ving already! 🐄 Not pictured: my pumping breaks 🙃 (shout out to @csiriano for the incredible custom costume 💅🏻✨)
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She further explained, "when a mom finally goes back to work (whatever profession they do) it's not like they been coming from months of 'time off…' she's coming from a full time job… of being a mom, lol."
Katy also encouraged her followers to call their mothers "and tell her you love and appreciate her and advocate for paid family leave!" And just in case anyone had further questions on how she felt about motherhood, she confirmed, "I love my job," pumping breaks and all.
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