hailey bieber pregnant

Justin Bieber’s wife Hailey is denying rumours that they are expecting their first child.

The model and her nominee husband, who was sporting what can only be described as a very oversized Balenciaga suit, attended the 64th Grammy Awards on Sunday. Hailey was dressed to the nines in a Saint Laurent gown, and for those who weren’t too distracted by JB’s enormous two-piece and neon pink headgear, she was also wearing something flowing.

Even though Justice didn’t win any awards, Justin and his wife still noticed some buzz on social media about something she claims is wholly bogus.

Fans are speculating that #HaileyBaldwin is pregnant after noticing what appeared to be a “baby bump” during her presence at the event, according to a RadarOnline Instagram post. Hailey responded promptly with a comment.

Although it might not be in the cards, for now, JB and Hailey have both been upfront about trying for children in the future. Hailey referred to having children with Justin as a “closer reality” as early as 2018. For admirers who were beginning to believe a little Bieb was on the way, she urged Justin to change the Instagram caption that read “mom and dad” last year. She added a laughing emoji to her message and said, “I think u should maybe alter this description to *Dog Mom and Dad* before anyone gets it twisted.”

Previously, Justin said to Ellen DeGeneres that he wanted a “small tribe” and “as many as Hailey is wishing to push out” in terms of children.

In other Justin Bieber news, a press release on Tuesday revealed that the pop star would collaborate with the online therapy resource BetterHelp “to provide free access to therapy for Justin’s 250+ person touring crew and for his millions of fans, the latter of whom BetterHelp has committed mental health services of up to $3,000,000 in value.”

The one thing that Bieber said he had learned over the years was that everyone experiences ups and downs and occasionally needs assistance. “It’s a true blessing, and I’m humbled to be able to do it, to be able to provide my fans and tour family with access to free therapy.”

Fans can benefit from a free month of therapy here, while the Justice World Tour crew will have free access to BetterHelp’s network of certified, authorized therapists for 18 months.