Justin Bieber has been gushing over his wife Hailey Baldwin in a ridiculously cute Instagram post marking her birthday.
Justin, 27, shared a series of pictures of his and Hailey’s life together, from candid shots of Hailey on her phone to a selfie of him wrapping her in a towel after going swimming together, and plenty more of them cuddling up for the camera.
In a message to his wife on her 25th birthday, Justin addressed her as his ‘beloved birthday squish’, and went on to prove that the romantic, love-lorn lyrics found in his songs are not just all an act.
He wrote: ‘My heart belongs to you. My eyes belong to you, my lips belong to you. I am yours. I am so blessed to be yours.
‘You are my forever. Life has never made more sense until you became my wife. I will never stop loving you, I will never stop holding you, and I will never stop protecting you.’
The chart-topper went on to describe Hailey as ‘more than enough for me and I will spend everyday making you feel like the queen that you are.’
In a sweet glimpse into their family life together, Justin referenced Hailey’s grandmother and said: ‘As your grandma would say in her Portuguese accent “happy bursday baby”.’
He finished the post: ‘Love you until the end of time and then after that. :)’
Justin – who boasts an incredible 205 million Instagram followers – was inundated with best wishes to Hailey on his post, and his sweet message was liked over 6 million times.
The former teen heartthrob married Hailey in 2018 after the pair reconnected following a brief fling as teenagers, and both have spoken openly about the difficulties they faced in the early days of their marriage.
Justin was suffering from depression and anxiety, and had reached a point where Hailey was calling her mother in tears as she didn’t know if she could handle it.
However the couple have stuck through it, and Justin says he ‘could cry’ thinking about how Hailey, who is the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin, helped him through his darkest points.
Now in a far better place, the Stay singer has announced a world tour to support his newest album, Justice, with arenas across the world selling out mere minutes after the tickets were released.
Justin will be kicking things off in Mexico next May, before performing in the UK at the beginning of 2023, including three concerts in London and multiple shows across England and Scotland.
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