Bieber, Baldwin spark rumour they're married after visiting courthouse

Irene MckinneySep 14, 2018

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are getting married as early as next week - most likely out of the country - in a super small ceremony.

These pics and rumours follow reports that Hailey and Justin were planning a small, intimate gathering in Canada for their nuptials, so perhaps there has been a drastic change of plans?

"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!" "When you know it's right, it's right". You make me so much better and we compliment eachother so well! Justin was just heard saying, "Thanks for keeping it on the DL (down low)".

Seems like the emotional readiness of the couple got them excited and motivated to explore the next steps sooner than expected! A day ago, foreign media spotted Justin and Hailey walking hand-in-hand as they made their way towards a marriage licence court house.

There were also reports that the court official was actually a judge which can mean that they got married, but as of right now, there's still no confirmation.

Adding that she can't wait to be Mrs Bieber, "I see no reason to wait", she said of her own decision.

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