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Justin Bieber takes Hailey Bieber’s side amid Selena Gomez feud, shares adorable photos from beach getaway


On Sunday, Justin Bieber took to Instagram to show everyone that he loves his wife Hailey Bieber while quashing rumors of their alleged feud.

In the past couple of weeks, fans have been speculating that Justin and Hailey Bieber might break up on the basis that the singer has been photographed without his engagement ring several times, and has allegedly started following ex-partner Selena Gomez on Twitter. It was also reported that Justin Bieber didn’t even like the singer’s birthday post that Hailey Bieber made. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Justin Bieber’s Instagram post

On an Instagram that Justin Bieber shared on Sunday, the couple can be seen relaxing on the beach on a romantic getaway. In one of the photos, the couple is seen napping together while sunbathing. Justin Bieber was wearing orange shorts while Hailey Bieber was wearing a neon green bikini while sporting a bucket hat. The 29-year-old singer also has a towel draped over his head and face.

In the other photo, the couple looked mushy together as Justin was seen smiling broadly as Hailey leaned against his chest. The singer captioned the post by expressing his love for Hailey and wrote, “LUV U BABY.” The 26-year-old captioned the photo with an emoji of two hands forming a heart.

Previously there were also rumors that Justin Bieber was showing support for his wife Hailey and shadowing ex Selena Gomez. On his 29th birthday, the singer handed out souvenirs with the message, “I’m so thankful I didn’t end up what I thought I wanted.”

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.