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Hailey Baldwin spills the beans on her breakup with Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin get personal about their breakup and current life in a new Facebook Watch series.

Justin Beiber and Hailey Baldwin are one of the IT couples of Hollywood. Lately, the two stars have been bombarding fans with their TikToks and constant updates on social media.

In a featured episode of their first Facebook Watch series, the couple gets candid about the best and the hardest part of being married. The couple is seen kayaking around a lake when Justin asks Hailey what made her trust him again after their bitter breakup?

To recap, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin ended things on bad terms in 2018 before getting back together. When the Love Yourself singer posed her with the question of their breakup, Hailey emphasized she took time for herself and did not try to jump into another relationship. She further gets emotional about how she let herself grieve and focus solely on herself.

The two continued to work in their growth as individuals before Justin re-entered her life in 2018. Justin attributes a lot of their relationship to forgiveness. He says, “There was a lot of forgiveness that you need to have toward me and vice versa. We both had made mistakes. And I think when we understand how much God has forgiven us and given us grace, it gives us the ability to give each other grace.”

The best part about their conversation is the raw honesty with which they admit their flaws and confusion. The two have worked hard and believe they are the closest they have ever been. Justin calls her his biggest support system while Hailey feels the biggest payoff is getting a best friend as her life partner.

The couple is currently under home quarantine in Canada. Click on the link below to watch the full episode.

S1: E1 Lake Day with the Biebers

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