Is Hailey Bieber ready for pregnancy and motherhood? It seems that if she’s not, she might need to get prepared as Justin Bieber seems that he’s gunning for a baby in 2020. It’s a little concerning for his fans who are worried that Justin isn’t doing as well lately as one might think since marrying Hailey for a second time on September 30, 2019. Justin is trying to get a new album out and fans are worried that he may not be able to handle the pressures of a tour. Some feel Hailey won’t be able to handle those pressures either — if you add a pregnancy and baby on top of a tour, you could have a recipe for disaster.
On Hailey’s birthday, Justin announced that he wanted to have a baby with Hailey. The news was exciting and fans were thrilled. Some even wondered if Hailey was already pregnant! But now there are growing concerns that things are getting too hectic, too fast and their young marriage isn’t strong enough to handle all that 2020 could bring their way.
Though Justin left a message on Hailey Bieber’s birthday suggesting he was ready for a family, Hailey didn’t publicly respond to the remarks and she hasn’t said anything publicly about wanting to have a baby. Hailey Bieber has a very active modeling career and just recently modeled for Calvin Klein.
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Some feel that Justin and Hailey just need to slow things down and take things one day at a time, instead of trying to map out the future. A new album, a tour, and a baby are all huge milestones to achieve and it might be better for the young couple to tackle those one at a time instead of simultaneously.
Fans have already encouraged Justin to take his time releasing his new music and not to try and push himself into getting his next album out before he is ready.
What do you think? Do you think Justin and Hailey should slow down and take life’s milestone’s at a slow pace rather than trying to do too much in 2020? Justin Bieber is only 25-years-old and Hailey Bieber is only 23-years-old. Do you think they have plenty of time to start a family?