Hailey Baldwin defended her marriage to Justin Bieber when she spoke of critical followers who told her their love wouldnt last in a new interview with Vogue Australia.
Hailey Baldwin, 22, doesnt think haters should be judging her marriage to Justin Bieber, 25, and she wasnt afraid to say it in a new interview with Vogue Australia. The blonde beauty graced the cover of the latest issue of the magazine and opened up about how harsh some critics were to her after she married her singer husband at a New York City courthouse in Sept. 2018. “…Nobody from the outside really knows whats going on between us,” she dished before admitting sometimes certain comments can play with her mind. “When I had hundreds of thousands of comments bombarding me with: ”Hes never going to this, youre never going to that, youll be divorced by then, you cant help but wonder: Does someone see something that I dont see? But the only two people in a relationship are the two people in it.”
Hailey went on to explain that shes getting better at dealing with the negative feedback and one of the things thats helping is the fact that she disabled all social media comments except for the ones from people she follows.
The model also said that she and Justin split homes between Los Angeles and his home country of Canada. “We have a house there [in Canada]. In LA, its always kind of chaos, and every time we try to go somewhere its not easy,” she admitted. “In Canada, we have a really private place, a big property, and Justins from there so I feel like he feels more comfortable. We have a bunch of four-wheelers and its quiet and we just hang out. We spent Thanksgiving and Christmas there last year, because the winter is especially pretty. I cook a lot.”
Despite the good times she and Justin have had since being married, Hailey understands that marriage takes work and hard times are bound to happen. “I said that when we had first married. Look, marriage is always going to be hard and I think good relationships are the relationships that you put the work into,” she said. “Specifically, I sai