Hailey Bieber said her husband Justin is her "best friend," but their marriage is "a lot of work."
The couple married in 2018, after a years-long friendship and previously dating and breaking up.
Hailey said that Justin was "still the person that I wanna be rushing back to."
Hailey Bieber (neé Baldwin) said that her marriage to singer Justin Bieber takes "a lot of work," but that he's still her "best friend."
Speaking with Harper's Bazaar, the model talked about her style inspiration and her relationship with the musician, whom she wed in 2018.
"At the end of the day, like, he's my best friend, but it still does take a lot of work to make it work," Hailey told Harper's Bazaar. "And then I know eventually, when kids come in the picture, that's going to be a whole other season of navigating how to make that work."
The couple were engaged in July 2018 and married several months later. Before their marriage, they had been friends, and at one point dated non-exclusively before breaking up in 2016. They later got back together in 2018 after attending a conference hosted by pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. in June of that year, Vogue reported.
In the new interview, Hailey also referenced the health issues she and Justin have both been through in 2022. Hailey was hospitalized earlier in the year for a small blood clot on her brain after experiencing what she called in an Instagram story post "stroke-like symptoms," Insider previously reported. On social media, Justin has spoken about having Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, a rare complication from a viral infection that temporarily paralyzed half of his face.
"You have to figure out how to deal with this shit as it comes, you know?" Hailey told Harper's Bazaar with respect to navigating their health as a couple. "There's a reason they say 'for better or for worse.' Like, that's for real!"
Despite the tough times, she said Justin was "still the person that I wanna be rushing back to."
"I might fly somewhere and go do a job, but I can't wait to come back and hang out," she told the publication. "And I feel like that's because of the effort that's been put in on both sides.
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