Hailey Bieber does not want to be silenced and finally debunks the pregnancy rumors that have been circling her ever since the 2022 Grammy Awards where she can be seen wearing a Saint Laurent flowing gown which made people speculate that the 25-year-old American model is hiding a baby bump beneath the flowy gown.
The American model debunked the pregnancy rumors by simply publishing a comment saying that she is not pregnant and followed it with a request to leave her alone.
Hailey attended and walked the red carpet with her husband, Justin Bieber, who donned a Balenciaga suit which he partnered with a pink beanie and Crocs. The ‘Yummy’ singer attended the event with his wife and got eight Grammy nominations. However, he did not leave the Grammy Awards with a gold gramophone, but he did leave with Hailey by his side.
The pregnancy rumors started after the couple was spotted at the event, and though they have not spoken openly about their plans on having kids, Justin has mentioned in Justin Bieber: Our World, an Amazon Prime Documentary about the Canadian artist’s life that one of his main goals for 2021 is to have fun and put his family first. He also added that they get to squish out a little nugget. Hailey reacted with surprise but gave him a vague answer saying that they shall see.
However, before the event and the pregnancy rumors, Hailey shared on an Instagram story about a health emergency that she underwent. Hailey suffered a blood clot in her brain which gave her stroke-like symptoms. According to the American model, she experienced it while having breakfast with her husband. She was taken to the hospital immediately where she was able to completely recover after a few hours.
Ever since the health emergency, Hailey has always been spotted alongside Justin, who has been very protective of her and keeping a close eye on her. They recently went out on a double date with Kendall Jenner and her boyfriend, Devin Booker.
In the meantime, the couple is currently recovering from Hailey’s health emergency and is trying to move forward together, one day at a time.