And the supermodel is less than thrilled.
Hailey Bieber is not happy with fans’ speculations about her private life following her appearance with husband Justin Bieber at the Grammys.
After the ceremony, the supermodel shared a few photos of her red-carpet look: a stunning, strapless ivory gown by Saint Laurent, paired with several delicate gold and diamond necklaces. She also shared two images of her and the “Peaches” singer embracing, kissing, and gazing into one another’s eyes.
It’s unclear if it was the love, Hailey’s glow, or her flowy dress that made fans think she is pregnant—but the star is less than thrilled with the assumption.
“I’m not pregnant leave me alone,” Hailey commented on an Instagram post shared by an outlet Monday.
E! News‘s Nightly Pop host and former Rich Kids of Beverly Hills star, Morgan Stewart, called the speculation “so fucking annoying” in the comments. Stewart is mom to daughter Row McGraw and son Grey McGraw with singer husband Jordan McGraw.
“Stop speculating on people’s bodies,” one fan commented on the post.
“This is so RUDE,” another wrote.
A third fan even joked, “OK but we’re not gonna speculate about Justin being pregnant? In that oversized suit??” speaking of Justin’s custom Balenciaga suit, which he accessorized with black sunglasses and a hot pink beanie for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards.
Justin and Hailey wed in September 2018 in New York City, and celebrated only with close friends and family. They married again a year later, that time holding a lavish, star-studded ceremony in South Carolina.
Though Justin has said he certainly wants kids with Hailey, he told Ellen DeGeneres in 2020 that his wife “still has some things she wants to accomplish as a woman” before she becomes a mother. “And I think she just wants to—yeah, I think she just is not ready yet, and I think that’s okay,” the pop star said at the time.
The model herself told WSJ. Magazine earlier this year that she “definitely” doesn’t see herself having kids this year. “There’s this thing that happens for women when you get married,” she said. “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?”