AceShowbiz - It's been months after Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber got married, and there are still no words about a wedding ceremony. However, a family member of the model reveals that the wedding plans are constantly in talks between the couple.
Of Hailey and Justin's wedding plans, Alaia Baldwin told Us Weekly at the 10th annual Endometriosis Foundation of America's Blossom Ball in New York City on Wednesday, May 8, "We will see. Who knows what their plans are." She went on saying that the young couple was having a difficulty with deciding on things, probably because they had a lot of options.
"They're very up and down, so I just I'll be there at some point in a dress, in sweats -- we don't know!" Alaia went on saying.
The EndoFound junior board member also shared her opinion on Justin as her new brother-in-law. "I appreciate that he is always his genuine self, and that's what I'd say I like the most about him," she said of the "Despacito" singer.
Meanwhile, in related news, Hailey sparked pregnancy rumors after a video of her and BFF Kendall Jenner dancing at the 2019 Met Gala hit the web. In the footage, the two models were seen showing off their body moves while Justin's song was playing at the background.
It was normal until Kendall rubbed Hailey's belly at some point, prompting fans to speculate that the "Keeping up with the Kardashians" star was alluding that Hailey is expecting with the "Sorry" hitmaker.
"She is pregnant!" one convinced fan said. "Kid, Kid, Kid, oh," another fan wrote, while one other added, "Damn my 13-year-old man if he married, now he has a child."
Neither Justin and Hailey has responded to the rumors.
The pair quietly tied the knot in a New York courthouse in September 2018 following a whirlwind reunion. It was said that the 25-year-old Canadian heartthrob and his model wife "are not planning on having a bigger wedding celebration in the immediate future." The wedding talks allegedly was put behind as Justin is currently focusing on getting better as he deals with personal struggles including anxiety and depression.
"They will wait until he's more stable," said another source. "He's trying to work on his issues and rebuild."