Trouble in paradise… already? According to Life & Style magazine, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have entered into marriage counseling just one month after their secret NYC nuptials. The “Sorry” singer and his model wife “are very close and open with each other,” an insider revealed, “but being in the spotlight can put pressure on any relationship.”
Apparently, this isn’t the first time Justin has turned to couples’ therapy. In fact, the pop star and his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez reportedly sought professional help, too! “Justin and Hailey want to ensure that they deal with any hiccups like adults,” the insider added, “rather than letting them drag out and develop into something bigger.”
Hmmm, could those “hiccups” have anything to do with Selena’s recent emotional breakdown? It seems likely. After all, sources have suggested that Justin is having a very difficult time dealing his former love’s current situation. “Justin and Selena are not in touch but him hearing the news about Selena definitely upsets him,” an insider revealed to E! News. “Justin also feels guilty. He wants to help everyone. He truly wants Selena to be happy, and it’s upsetting to know she’s battling health issues.”
ICYMI: The “Wolves” singer is seeking treatment after suffering an emotional breakdown due to complications from her kidney transplant. In early October, Selena was hospitalized twice for an alarmingly low white blood cell count, which may indicate a risk of infection in transplant recipients. Despite the 26-year-old’s health issue, many of Selena’s fans have blamed Justin and Hailey for what happened. “Because of you, Selena is hospitalized. Shame on you! You just want money from Justin,” one user commented on Hailey’s most recent Instagram selfie. “If she dies it will be your fault. Are you happy now?” wrote another.
Between the public backlash and personal guilt, it’s safe to say that Biebs and his lady are making the right decision by entering counseling. We wish them the best of luck!
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