Katy Perry reveals the relatable "problem" she faces as the brand new mom

Katy Perry turns to old practices to be an awakened mother.

During the David Lynch Foundation's "Meditate America" ​​virtual event, which premiered Thursday, December 3rd, the "Smile" singer opened up to Hugh Jackman and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness about the one big "challenge" she faces as the new mother of her daughter Daisy Dove Bloom.

"My daughter, she's such a gift, but sometimes there is a sleep challenge," admitted the 36-year-old star. "No matter how much support you have. But where do I get the six hours I got earlier? Where did it go? And it went, but I know how to get it back."

The Grammy nominee went further on her use of transcendental meditation and explained the importance of giving her small breaks during the day.

She said, "There have been so many different ways TM has blessed me, but at this special moment, as a new mom, I take 20 minutes." Katy noted that the practice gives her "the deepest reset" after which her body and brain were "desperate".

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