Hailey Bieber responds to husband Justin's emotional Instagram post

Hailey Bieber is embracing her husband's emotional side. On April 27, Justin Bieber shared a series of photos on Instagram, some of which showed him looking down at the camera and crying. The selfies sparked concern among some of his fans, with one writing: "I hope you are okay and I hate seeing tears running down your face."

Hailey also commented on the post on April 29, writing "Beautiful cryer" with a crying face emoji. Justin later posted another gallery on Instagram with multiple photos of him smiling, seemingly reassuring fans.

While some have speculated that Justin's emotional photo could be a sign of strain in his marriage, a source claimed to People that the couple is "doing really well," contrary to rumors. "There's no divorce and there's no truth," the insider said. "They were very, very happy."

In March, Hailey similarly addressed rumors about their marriage. "FYI, the stories I see on TikTok and the 'blind projects' that keep popping up are 100% false," she wrote on Instagram Stories. "So I know it might be fun to incorporate these stories, but I just know they're always false and I'm sorry to spoil that."

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The couple often shares their love on social media. For example, Hailey recently celebrated Justin's 30th birthday on Instagram and posted several photos of them together. The caption read: "30!!? That's so soon. Words can never truly describe your beauty. Happy birthday to you...the love of my life, the love of my life."

Justin and Hailey first met as teenagers and began dating in 2014. Two years later, they confirmed their relationship on Instagram and tied the knot in September 2018.

As for the future, Hailey said she "desperately" wants children but has reservations about having one with the singer. In 2023, she told The Sunday Times : "It's enough for people to talk about my husband or my friends. "I can't imagine having to deal with people talking about my children. We can only do our best to raise them. As long as they feel loved and safe. "