Patience, patience with myself. I bet you when I have kids, I’m gonna be like, I didn’t even know what patience was before that.
Hailey Bieber is getting candid about when she plans to have kids with her husband, Justin.
The 25 yearold model graces the cover of WSJ magazine’s spring women’s fashion issue, and inside she’s an open book about her life, specifically when she and her hubby plan to expand their family. Haley tells The Mag in part, quote, Everybody always assumes it’s. First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby. Well, what about all the things I want to accomplish in my business? She also says initially it was ingrained in her mind to have kids immediately after getting married, but she had a change of heart. Quote, I turned 25 and I’m like, I’m still super young.
So when does the couple think they’ll be ready? Haley says, I think ideally in the next couple of years we would try, but there’s a reason they call it try, right? You don’t know how long that process is ever going to take. Definitely no kids this year. That would be a little bit hectic. I think hopefully we squish out and not get as for Justin’s perspective on the whole kids thing, well, he opened up in his documentary last year, Justin Bieber RWorld. We shall see Babe. And back in 2020, the ghost singer revealed to Ellen generous how many kids he wants.
I think it’s up to Hayley because it’s her body.
When it comes to the couple’s nearly four year long marriage, Haley tells The Mag how surprisingly normal things are despite being in the limelight. The New York native says, they’re just regular people. Quote, I think given the magnitude of Justin’s career, he’s a very normal person, and I don’t think that always happens.
What do you love about Justin? He’s really funny. We have a good time together. He’s just really sweet. He’s a good kid. He has a good heart, and I love him.
And as for what married life has taught Haley, she says, It’s an exercise in patience.
Patience with myself, patience with my partner, patience with my dog, patience just in and every aspect of the word.