Justin Bieber And Hailey Baldwin Will Have Their Second Wedding Next Month

Published August 19th, 2019 - 10:42 GMT
The couple tied the knot in a non-religious ceremony in September
The couple tied the knot in a non-religious ceremony in September
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Justin Bieber  and Hailey Baldwin have reportedly settled on a time to throw their formal wedding celebration, a year after they legally tied the knot. 

The singer, 25, and model, 22, married in a New York courthouse in September, in a non-religious ceremony, but planned on throwing a lavish celebration with their family to celebrate. 

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Whilst it was assumed the second wedding would take place within a matter of months, after several setbacks it has emerged the couple will now finally throw a party in September 2019, around their first anniversary.

TMZ reports that the couple have settled on celebrating the big day next month, but have yet to decide on an exact date - although invitations will be sent out next week.

It is not known where the couple will be holding the ceremony, or if it will coincide with their first anniversary on September 15.  

The source added: 'Justin is in a great space both personally and creatively and couldn't be happier. Friends say he and Hailey are a perfect fit.'

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Hailey and Justin for comment. 

Double the fun: The singer, 25, and model, 22, married in a New York courthouse in September, in a non-religious ceremony, but planned on throwing a lavish celebration with their family 

Justin and Hailey have thus far cancelled their big day three times. 

The couple had originally planned to hold the ceremony in January, before pushing the date back to March, and now have settled on September. 

The couple are said to have sent out three Save The Date cards to their nearest and dearest in recent months, but all of these plans have been scrapped.  

In March, it was claimed that the couple put their plans on 'indefinite hold to focus on Justin', who is reportedly suffering with depression.

A source told People: 'They will still have a wedding eventually, but this is not their focus right now.

'They haven’t sent out any new save the dates. They will wait until Justin feels better and is excited about planning their wedding again.'  

The couple tied the knot in a non-religious ceremony in September in Manhattan, but didn't confirm the news until November. 

Several reports have mentioned that the pair isn't in a rush to throw together the white wedding since they're already married. 

 


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