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Justin Bieber shows off Hailey's baby bump during second honeymoon

Jami Ganz, New York Daily News on

Published in Entertainment News

NEW YORK — The Biebers’ bump in the road is a wish come true for the stars, as Justin shows off wife Hailey’s baby bump around the globe.

The “Love Yourself” singer, 30, shared multiple Instagram carousels of the couple’s trip to Japan, where they’re vacationing for their apparent second honeymoon, or babymoon, showcasing the 27-year-old model’s pregnant belly. The couple also recently renewed their vows.

“They wish baby, they wish,” the pop star captioned the shots.

The first two shots show the Rhode founder cradling her bump in a sheer bodysuit and open leather blazer. Another highlight of the carousel shows the couple standing in front of a statue by Japanese artist Takashi Murakami as Hailey stands in a crop top and open hoodie, belly on display, with Justin crouching beside her.

A few hours prior, the “Sorry” singer shared several photos of himself and Hailey, as she sported a black blazer open at the bottom. The first photo showed the pair sharing a kiss, while the next two showed the stars striking more serious poses beside each other.

 

The peek at the couple’s pregnancy journey came two weeks after they announced the happy news on Instagram, showing tender footage and photos from their Hawaiian vow renewal.

The Biebers wed at a New York City courthouse in September 2018 and again a year later in South Carolina.

Sources told multiple outlets earlier this month that Hailey was a little more than six months along, while an insider let People know the parents-to-be already “have a name that they think is perfect.”

“They will be great parents, and Justin will be super involved. This will be the next important project for him,” said the source. “He’s so excited to raise his baby. … They can’t wait to meet the baby.”


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