Hailey Bieber and Justin Bieber: A Complete Relationship Timeline

June 2022

Justin cancels upcoming tour dates and reveals that he’s suffering partial facial paralysis due to Ramsay Hunt syndrome, telling followers, “Obviously, as you can probably see from my face, I have this syndrome called Ramsay Hunt syndrome and it is from this virus that attacks the nerve in my ear, my facial nerves, and has caused my face to have paralysis.”

September 2022

During a much-hyped podcast chat, Hailey tells the story of how she and Justin got together. The true story. Not the one Selena fans made up. “When he and I started hooking up, or anything of that sort, he was not in any relationship,” she says. “It’s not my character to mess with someone’s relationship. I was raised better than that.”

“I understand how it looks from the outside, but that was a situation where I know for a fact that it was the right thing for them to close that door, but of course, there’s a very long history there and I respect that a lot. I don’t want to talk on either one of their behalves.”

October 2022

After the rapper Ye makes fun of the model’s (alleged) nose job and finds other ways to involve the couple in his, let’s say, downward spiral, Hailey calls out his hypocrisy in claiming to be a Christian while promoting hatred and antisemitism, writing on Instagram, “You cannot believe in God and be anti-Semitic. You cannot love God and support or condone hate speech. To love God is to love people. ALL people.”

Hailey also chooses love by taking a picture with Selena Gomez, clearly an attempt to squash the ongoing war between their respective fandoms. It’s a “feud” Justin himself has basically stayed silent on, leading some to wonder why he isn’t defending his wife. Probably because he knows any comment from him will only fan the flames. This picture works for…a little while!

On Halloween, the couple reveal they’ve adopted a second Yorkie.

November 2022

Hails can’t catch a break! She reveals that she had an ovarian cyst “the size of an apple,” and that she’s dealt with the issue before. Her tone implies that it’s a benign, though uncomfortable, condition, and definitely not a baby.

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