Katy Perry has burning questions for Stella McCartney about British culture and they’re very important

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Katy Perry has been taking in British culture this weekend after attending the Coronation of King Charles III.

The California Girls hitmaker, 38, joined fashion designer Stella McCartney backstage at the Coronation Concert before she performed at the Windsor Castle event to celebrate the new monarch.

Putting on her finest English accent, Katy had some important questions for Stella, 51, about British culture, including whether milk should be added before or after a tea bag when making a cup of tea.

Sharing the video to her Instagram, Katy asked her followers to answer the age-old debate which she blamed on her Kent-born husband Orlando Bloom.

‘Take it out before the milk,’ Stella confirmed before the pair moved on to another divisive British question.

‘Do we put jam or cream on the scone first?’ Katy asked before Stella corrected her pronunciation of the sweet treat.

‘Clotted cream first, double clotted cream, because if you don’t the jam squishes off,’ Stella said, though we’re sure there will be some who disagree.

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Posting the clips to her Instagram feed, Katy wrote: ‘Hard hitting q’s from backstage with @stellamccartney at the #coronationconcert on @bbc and @pbs for us ‘mericans fight it all out in the comments and blame @orlandobloom (sic).’

It came before Katy delivered a glittering performance as part of King Charles’ coronation concert alongside the likes of Lionel Richie, Olly Murs, Nicole Scherzinger, and Take That.

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The singer looked fabulous in a flowing gold gown fit for a queen as she belted out some of her biggest hits in front of a 20,000-strong crowd.

Katy dedicated Firework to the King ‘and the work that we get to do together with the British Asian Trust and their Children’s Protection Fund.’

Her husband Orlando, 46, posted a touching tribute to the pop star to celebrate her performance.

Posting a photo of the epic light display that lit up the sky above Katy during her performance, the Pirates of the Caribbean star Orlando wrote: ‘Immensely proud of you my love. You always bring the light.’

The Coronation Concert is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

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