Hailey & Justin Bieber Are Reportedly Postponing Their Wedding

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Hailey and Justin Bieber are slowing things down a bit — but let's not jump to any conclusions. The newlyweds, who secretly married last fall, are reportedly postponing their wedding plans while Justin continues to focus on wellness, an unnamed source told People.
"Hailey keeps supporting him. They will still have a wedding when they feel they are ready, the source said. "The most important thing for them is that Justin is mentally healthy." The source added that, for now, Bieber is at his best when he takes things day by day. "It's when he starts thinking too far ahead that he gets stressed out and feels pressure," the insider said.
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For months, Bieber has been opening up on social media about his experiences with depression, alcohol, and sex. "Just wanted to keep you guys updated a little bit hopefully what I'm going through will resonate with you guys. Been struggling a lot," he wrote in an Instagram post in March. "Just feeling super disconnected and weird."
Later, Bieber posted an emotional message explaining that he was taking time off from making an album so that he could repair "some of the deep rooted issues" he has and devote his energy to his family.
Over the past year, Bieber has sought therapy, treatment, and religion to help him cope with addiction and depression; he's also leaned on his wife. "Things all around us Just get better with time. I fall more in love with you every day," he captioned an Instagram post of Hailey in Paris. "You have walked hand in hand with me as I continue to get my emotions, mind, body and soul in tact! You have given me so much strength, support, encouragement and joy."
It is also not the first time the Biebers have postponed their wedding (in fact, they've pushed out the date three times before). Still, sources have told outlets like TMZ that the pair are busy working on the wedding plans, including the location and bridal party.
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