Justin Bieber insists his relationship with Hailey Baldwin wouldn't be ''real'' if they didn't have ''bad days'' as well as good.
Justin Bieber insists his relationship wouldn't be ''real'' if it didn't have ''bad days''.
The 'Love Yourself' hitmaker and his fiancee Hailey Baldwin sparked concern from fans on Tuesday (07.08.18) when they were both pictured in tears while out on a bike ride, but he insists their emotional moments were just part of a healthy bond with one another.
Asked about the photos, Justin help up a book called 'The Meaning of Marriage' by Timothy Keller and told TMZ: ''You got good days and you got bad days. It's not real if it doesn't have any bad days.''
The 24-year-old singer took some time to pose for pictures with waiting fans when he left 21-year-old Hailey's New York City apartment on Wednesday (08.08.18) and reassured the group he never mentioned anything personal when he didn't have time to stop and speak to them.
According to The Blast, he explained: ''You know sometimes it's hard for so many people. I got a life to live too so you know when I go in the car or something, it's nothing to do with you guys. It's just that I got stuff to do.''
Justin proposed to Hailey during a trip to the Bahamas last month, and later confirmed the news on Instagram in a sweet tribute post dedicated to the blonde beauty.
He wrote: ''Was gonna wait a while to say anything but word travels fast, listen plain and simple Hailey I am soooo in love with everything about you! So committed to spending my life getting to know every single part of you loving you patiently and kindLY. I promise to lead our family with honor and integrity letting Jesus through his Holy Spirit guide us in everything we do and every decision we make. My heart is COMPLETELY and FULLY YOURS and I will ALWAYS put you first! You are the love of my life Hailey Baldwin and I wouldn't want to spend it with anybody else. You make me so much better and we compliment eachother so well!! Can't wait for the best season of life yet!. (sic)''
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