It has been speculated recently that Justin Bieber is not only engaged, but married to his girlfriend, Hailey Baldwin. The couple hasn't made their publicized affections for one another any sort of secret since they got together earlier this summer, and the escalation of their relationship status is one that would rival the acceleration of Ariana Grande's cuddly relationship to SNL performer Pete Davidson. And while the high-profile singer and model once claimed that they weren't rushing to the altar and would tie the knot sometime in 2019, those plans have seemingly changed in an instant. According to recent reports, Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber have already said "I do" to one another. And to top it off, Bieber didn't sign a prenup, believing instead in the power of their love. Is that heartwarmingly sweet or willfully naïve? We'll break down what we know about his speedy marriage.
While the reports about Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's marriage were divulged a few weeks ago, this latest report from TMZ seemingly confirms that the marriage did, indeed, take place in that New York City courthouse. Though one often has to take celebrity rumors with a grain of salt, this one might appear to be true. As they confess, the preacher for the ceremony was Jeffrey Quinn, who lives near the courthouse. The witness for the event, meanwhile, was Bieber's buddy Josh Mehl. And since the wedding happened so quickly and with great haste, the couple didn't sign up for a prenup.
While previous reports believed Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin weren't interested in getting a prenup, that might not necessarily be the case. As it is reported here, the couple was indeed looking to get a prenup, but they requested the paperwork the day they decided to get interloped. The lawyers who were asked to draft the paperwork couldn't get the pages drafted, and signed in such a short span of time, so it didn't come to be.
A prenup is now reportedly out of the picture, and the two are wed. But Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin can still get a postnup, which is the same thing (as you might imagine), except that it is signed up and drafted after the wedding. But according to the sources, there have been no efforts in the month since the celebrity couple allegedly got married to get that paperwork in order. So it seems, at the moment, that the couple is still caught up in the bliss of their recent wedding. If they have any plans to get their affairs in order for a postnup, however, we'll be sure to keep you posted on what that might entail for the recently wed. If the couple decides to split, Bieber is estimated to be worth an impressive $250 million.
Additionally, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are still planning to host a formal wedding, but that's only for the friends and family of the bride and groom. For all intensive purposes, Bieber and Baldwin are married, and they appear to be over-the-moon about their decision -- prenup be damned.