Justin & Hailey Bieber expecting their first child

Hailey Bieber and Justin Bieber revealed on May 9 that she was pregnant. This will be the pair's first child, and the parents-to-be shared the happy news in the most stylish way possible.

In the video and gallery posted to their Instagram account, Hailey and Justin can be seen kissing against the backdrop of a beautiful green mountain view. At first, it seemed like a montage of a vow renewal ceremony — Hailey, wearing a white lace Saint Laurent dress and veil-like headscarf, reading to Justin.

But it soon became apparent that they were celebrating a different milestone, with a retro-style video panning to reveal Hailey's baby bump.

Put privacy first

For now, Justin and Hailey showed off their exciting updates without commenting — simply tagging each other in the post's caption. However, in 2023, Hailey did tell GQ that the frequent pregnancy rumors did affect her.

"One thing that's really depressing is, damn, you can't be pregnant after just one swelling, right? If I said, 'Oh, yeah, I don't care,' that would be a lie," she said.

In the same interview, the model and Lorde founder made it clear that the internet would be "the last to know" when she was actually pregnant. pregnant.


"[Motherhood] is something I look forward to. It's also a very personal, intimate thing," she said. "It's something that's going to come and it's going to come when it's going to come. Honestly, at the end of the day, it's so funny that people care so much."

long-standing rumors

In 2021, people are definitely concerned, for example, when Justin captioned a photo of himself and Hailey "mom and dad," which sparked countless comments about them possibly becoming parents. Hailey wrote in her own comment: "I think maybe you should change this title to *Dog Mom and Dad* before anyone gets twisted."

Now that they do become mom and dad, what will their family dynamic be like? Hailey joked to GQ that yes, a "nepo Baby" onesie and her own statement T-shirt might be more appropriate for the little one.

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However, she also acknowledges the challenges that come with raising a family in the public sphere. In May last year, she told The Sunday Times that she often cried as she was about to become a parent. "I wanted a baby so bad, but I was scared," she said. "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."

Eventually, though, Haley came to a crucial conclusion. "We can only do our best to raise them," she said. "As long as they feel loved and safe."