Katy Perry received expensive baby gifts from Beyonce and Lionel Richie

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Katy Perry received lavish baby gifts from famous friends after she recently announced the birth of her baby girl.From a gorgeous bouquet from Beyonce to a bottle of champagne from Lionel Richie, singer Roar has been inundated with pretty gifts from all over Hollywood.

The new mom, 35, welcomed her first child with actor Orlando Bloom last week.

Breaking the news on social media, the pop sensation confirmed her daughter’s name is Daisy Dove Bloom.

A week after welcoming her bundle of joy, Katy took to social media to thank her famous friends for their cute baby gifts.

Sharing snaps with her 106 million Instagram followers, Katy revealed that she received a bottle of champagne and a pale pink baby unicorn bathrobe from Lionel Richie and her partner Lisa Parigi.



Katy received a bottle of champagne by Lionel Richie and his partner

Along with the snapshot, she wrote: “Thanks uncle @lionelrichie and aunt @lisaparigi. ”

As a second step, Katy then revealed that Beyonce had sent the adoring parents a huge bouquet of white flowers.

“Ily @beyonce,” Katy wrote alongside the plan.



Beyonce sent parents a huge bouquet of flowers



The singer was inundated with gifts from her famous pals

Last week Katy was also inundated with posts from her passionate fans as well as her famous friends.

Good wishes included a message, Orlando Bloom’s ex Miranda Kerr, as well as notes from Hilary Clinton, Millie Bobby Brown and Justin Theroux.

As Katy adjusts to motherhood, the star has shared a few updates along with her favorite pieces of fan artwork on social media.



Katy and Orlando welcomed Daisy last week

The singer also released her new album Smile just a day after giving birth to the baby, and revealed that the tracks are influenced by her mothering journey.

A very special song from the album is called What Makes A Woman and focuses on Katy who is due to become a mom for the first time.

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