- Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber are happily married, but before they got back together after a breakup, Hailey was thoughtful about reconciling.
- Hailey said she made sure her parents didn't think being with Justin was a "bad idea."
It really doesn't feel like it's been long since Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber tied the knot in a beautiful, religious ceremony in South Carolina last September and literally pulled out all the stops for their night to remember. All of their celeb and model friends were invited, Hailey's dress was beautiful—basically, it all looked like a dream come true. But before walking down the aisle, Hailey had her fair share of questions to consider.
In Justin's new YouTube docu-series, Seasons, Hailey revealed that after things between her and Justin fizzled out in 2016, she needed reassurance that making Justin her husband was a safe choice. So what did Hailey do? She asked her parents for advice, as one does.
“He’s the first person I ever had real feelings for. When things went south for a little bit and we went our separate ways, I just knew that no matter what the outcome was going to be, I knew that he was going to be somebody I loved for the rest of my life,” Hailey said.
She then revealed what she asked her parents: “I said this is the time you need to stop me from doing something crazy if you think this is a bad idea,” she said. Even so, she said she knew “in my heart, I knew this is what I wanted to do.”
Wow, who knew? It's kinda hard to imagine that anyone would have trouble deciding if they'd be with Justin Bieber (he's JUSTIN BIEBER, you guys), but I guess Hailey was smart to tread carefully given their previous breakup. After all, they married young. "It all happened really fast and kind of all at once," Hailey explained in Seasons. “He and I’ve known each other for so long that there was a part of it that [getting married] didn’t feel scary but it was such a big life decision that it was so much emotion all at one time.”
Seems like those fears are safely in the past where they belong.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.