Justin Bieber opens up about when he and his wife Hailey will be ready for a child.
Justin Bieber spoke up about having a baby in his recent interview. Bieber was on The Ellen DeGeneres Show when he shared his plans to tattoo his future children’s name. However, he cleared the air when his dreams come into action.
“Baby” singer pointed out that Hailer has a lot of goals she wants to achieve in her career before thinking about motherhood. “I’m going to have as many [kids] as Hailey is wishing to push out,” he says. “I’d love to have myself a little tribe. But, it’s her body and whatever she wants to do… I think she wants to have a few. At least two or three.” “I think Hailey still has some things she wants to accomplish as a woman and I think she is just not ready yet. And I think that’s okay,” he adds. Hailey was also asked about her baby plans a while ago. While her Vogue shoot, Mrs. Bieber said, “I love kids, and I can’t wait to have my own.”
Hailey on parenthood
More recently, she told Vogue India that she and Justin would raise their future children to be anti-racist and respect other people’s experiences. She explained: “They will be raised knowing how to treat people, why we don’t say certain things, and why we respect and acknowledge and give credit where credit is due.”
DeGeneres’ jokes with Justin.
The “Lonely” singer revealed that while his arms and chest are covered with tattoos, he saves his back for tattoos for his kids. DeGeneres had a helpful suggestion for a future family-themed design. “So you’ll do like a family portrait of all of you sitting in front of a fireplace, you and Hailey and the kids,” she said. “That would be great. Like, framed. You should actually do a tattoo and make it look like it’s in a frame.” He answered. “Okay. I’ll do that for you.”
On the first anniversary of that particular day, the “Holy” singer shared a sweet love note to his wife on Instagram.
“Hailey Bieber. I am so lucky to be YOUR husband! You teach me so much everyday and make me such a better man!” he wrote, alongside a black-and-white photo from their second wedding.