Justin Bieber Doesn’t Feel Officially Married-Married, More Wedding Plans Revealed

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Pop superstar Justin Bieber wants the man in the sky’s approval before feeling married-married. The crooner is reportedly gearing up for an official wedding.

According to reports, the Biebs and newlywed wife Hailey Baldwin are preparing for a church ceremony.

Our Bieber/Baldwin sources tell us Justin and Hailey don’t consider themselves “officially” married … because they haven’t cemented their vows with the man upstairs. We’re told they believe a church ceremony is necessary to make the marriage meaningful in the eyes of God. We’re told the plan is to have a big ceremony early next year … either in upstate NY or Ontario, Canada. (TMZ)

According to reports, Bieber and Baldwin low-key tied the knot last month without a prenuptial agreement.

Justin and Hailey actually tied the knot last month in NYC — the same day they got their marriage license at the courthouse. They had a preacher on hand — Jeffrey Quinn, a member of the faculty at Nyack College near the courthouse. As we reported, Justin and Hailey both reached out to lawyers for a prenup, but now the plot thickens. We’re told they reached out the very same day they got hitched, but there was no way to get a prenup drafted and signed that quickly. (TMZ)

Despite speculation of a postnuptial agreement getting drawn up, reports claim JB isn’t worried about it.

Furthermore, the couple have made no movement to have an agreement drawn up now they are legally married. A source claimed Justin is ‘so in love and doesn’t see the need for one’. The couple are still said to be planning a formal ceremony, but it will be simply symbolic now they are officially husband and wife. (Mail Online)

Over the summer, Bieber appeared in DJ Khaled‘s star-studded “No Brainer” video.

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