Model Hailey Bieber made an appearance on model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s “Who’s in My Bathroom?” YouTube series, where they started talking about the appeal of “kinky” versus “romantic” bachelorette parties. Bieber admitted that for her marriage to Justin Bieber, she celebrated her bachelorette somewhere in the middle.
“It’s spicy on bachelorette parties,” Hailey said. “My bachelorette party was, like, penis everything. It was, like, d–k straws [and other stuff].”
Huntington-Whiteley joked in response, “So mature. Classy.”
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Hailey and Justin were technically married before the bachelorette event that took place in West Hollywood, U.S. Magazine reports, which was attended by her sister Alia Baldwin, Kendall Jenner, and other stars. She reminded Huntington-Whiteley of this fact, who laughed and said, “You already had the d–k!” in response.
The couple was married in July of 2018, just a few months after their engagement, at a courthouse in NYC. They had their second wedding the following year in South Carolina that was far more traditional. The Biebers dated briefly from December 2015 until early 2016, broke up, and then got back together in 2018, after Justin ended his relationship with Selena Gomez. Hailey has spoken openly about the challenges of a new marriage.
“I always like to be careful when I’m giving people advice because I don’t want to come at it like I’m some expert,” she said in November of this year, during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “I’m newly married. I got married quickly. I’m still taking it a day at a time and I’m still learning a lot.”
She continued, “Having the time to be on your own and having the experience to be single and just, like, travel and having had that time I think was the most important thing. That was the biggest thing for me was that I had my own life experience before I joined my whole entire life with somebody and had my own identity and comfortable in my own skin.”
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