Katy Perry gets in the spirit of spooky season with cute pumpkin patch visit with daughter Daisy 
Posted by  badge Boss on Oct 08
Katy Perry enjoyed an autumnal day out (Picture: Backgrid)

has fully embraced spooky season now October is finally here as she and daughter Daisy went on a sweet trip to the pumpkin patch. 

The Dark Horse singer, 37, headed to the pumpkin patch in Los Angeles with her daughter, two, as well as her friends and family.

Katy was seen wearing a brown jumper with a frayed hem and matching sweatpants, paired with a white baseball cap and pink-lensed sunglasses as she strode among the pumpkins to pick the perfect ones. 

Her car boot was seen filled with pumpkins of various sizes and colours as she carried Daisy on one hip. 

Daisy had also been dressed stylishly for the occasion in a pink tulle skirt, checked blue and pink jumper and the most adorable tiny pink cowboy boots.

The singer and her toddler also took part in a tractor hay-ride while at the pumpkin patch, really getting into the autumnal spirit. 

Katy dressed in autumnal colours for the outing (Picture: Clint Brewer Photography / A.I.M / BACKGRID)
Daisy is giving us outfit envy in her adorable ensemble as they filled the car with pumpkins (Picture: Clint Brewer Photography / A.I.M / BACKGRID)

The pair were not joined by Katy’s fiancé Orlando Bloom, 45, who is currently away filming a new movie in Europe. 

Katy recently discussed her Play residency in Las Vegas, telling: ‘I love it because it’s an intimate theatre.

‘When I’m doing big tours, I’m playing arenas that have tens of thousands of people, which is fantastic, and there’s incredible energy. But in this theatre, it’s 5,000 people in Vegas.

‘Everything’s pretty close, and everyone feels like they have the best seat in the house because they can literally smell me. I love that about this experience.’ 

She also confirmed that she would be keen to tour again soon, adding: ‘I miss my fans around the world, and I really want to go to them and see them and just travel the world again.’