By Owen Tonks for Mailonline and Carly Johnson for Dailymail.com
01:29 May 16, 2023, update 01:50 May 16, 2023
Hailey Bieber looked chic as she stepped out with husband Justin at Chiltern Fire Station in London on Monday.
The model, 26, wore an elegant black dress with an abstract neckline which she teamed with a pair of black heels and a matching handbag.
Her attire hugged her hourglass figure as she wore swipes of makeup to highlight her pretty features for the couple’s night out at the celebrity haunt.
She showed off her dazzling $500,000 (£399,000) diamond wedding band, with the jewels prominently displayed on her hand.
Pop star Justin, 29, cut a relaxed figure as he walked behind her, wearing a black leather jacket over a navy hoodie.
He wore a white T-shirt to match his comfy trainers as he wore a pair of blue denim jeans.
It comes after Hailey said she wanted children “so badly” but was “scared” to have a family in the public eye.
The fashionista has been married to Justin since 2018 and although she admitted they were desperate to have children, she worries about the vitriol they could face over the negative comments she and the hitmaker Never Say Never constantly receive online.
Asked about having children, she told Sunday Times Style magazine: ‘I literally cry about it all the time!’
“I want kids so badly but I’m scared. It’s enough people saying things about my husband or my friends. I can’t imagine having to confront people saying things about a child.
“We can only do our best to raise them. As long as they feel loved and safe.
Hailey recently shared an Instagram post saying she’s been through “some of the saddest and most difficult times” of her life this year, but she explained she was writing about the “uncomfortable growth” she has had. known.
Asked about the post, she said, “I just felt like I was going through a lot of uncomfortable growing up.
“Anytime you go from one point in your life to another, it’s really uncomfortable and it can be really sad… (I was) just trying to connect with other people who might be feeling that.”
But instead, people responded with “negativity.”
She added: ‘(People say), ‘Oh, you think we feel bad for you? And I understand. It’s just sad sometimes that this is what people think you wanted to express your emotions.
She appeared to reference her alleged feud with Selena Gomez in the two-slide text message she shared on Instagram last month.
Hailey admitted that 2023 has not been easy for her and that she has remained emotionally “fragile” after facing hardship after hardship.
“I like to make jokes about how I feel because sometimes it’s easier than admitting I’m struggling,” Hailey began.
She continued, “But honestly, since the start of 2023, I’ve been through some of the saddest and most difficult times of my adult life and my mind and emotions have been fragile to say the least.”
Last month, Hailey became the target of backlash after fans of Selena, 30, began accusing her of ‘copying’ the star’s style choices, career moves and even her taste in clothes. men.
Weeks later, Selena urged people to stop trolling and bullying Hailey, who had received death threats, but the hate hasn’t stopped.
Hailey continued on Wednesday, “And I know so many other people feel the same way I do, so just know you’re not alone.”
“That being said, let’s continue to be there for each other. Let’s be there for loved ones, friends, family and strangers.
“Let’s just be there for the people…let’s keep showing up for each other even when it’s hard. We are better together,” she concluded.
Fans have been pitting Selena and Hailey against each other for years, although both have denied any bad blood.
The Disney Channel alum went out of her way in late March to quash rumors of their so-called feud.
“Hailey Bieber contacted me and let me know that she had received death threats and such hateful negativity,” Selena wrote on her Instagram Story. ‘That’s not what I stand for. No one should be the victim of hatred or intimidation. I have always pleaded for kindness and I really want this to end.
Shortly after posting, Hailey publicly thanked Selena for “speaking up,” sharing that they discussed how to “get past this ongoing narrative” between them once and for all.
“The past few weeks have been very difficult for everyone involved and millions of people are seeing so much hate around this which is extremely harmful. While social media is an amazing way to connect and build community, times like this only create extreme division instead of bringing people together,” she continued.
“Things can be taken out of context or interpreted differently than they were meant to be. We all need to be more careful about what we post and what we say, myself included.
“Ultimately, I believe that love will always be greater than hate and negativity and that there is always an opportunity to meet with more empathy or compassion.”
Hailey and Selena have also started following each other on Instagram to spread their goodwill.
But weeks later, Hailey was roasted online for launching her new cooking show – almost three years after Selena launched her own cooking series.
Hailey released the first ever official episode of What’s in My Kitchen? on her YouTube channel and critics were quick to draw comparisons to Selena’s HBO Max cooking series, Selena + Chef, which premiered in August 2020, calling Bieber’s latest project a “scam.”
The drama is rooted in the fact that Hailey is the wife of Selena’s ex-boyfriend, Justin.
Selena and the Baby singer dated for seven years before officially calling it quits in early 2018.
During his “off” times with Selena, Justin had several flings with Hailey beginning in 2015.
The couple got to know each other while being in the same friend group as Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner and Jaden Smith.
And after his breakup with Selena in 2018, Justin reconnected with Hailey in June and they tied the knot three months later.