Justin Bieber and his fiancé Hailey Baldwin were out and about in New York City, and the paparazzi pictures of them prove one salient fact: Even big boys get the blues. According to People Magazine, the pair were out riding bikes when The Biebs was suddenly overcome with emotion.
While on a bike ride in New York City on Tuesday, Baldwin, 21, was seen seemingly comforting her 24-year-old fiancé as he hid his face in his hands, tears streaming down his cheeks.
The model appeared to be extremely concerned for Bieber, gently rubbing his back and trying to be supportive.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Seen Distressed and Crying on a Day Out in New York https://t.co/gDpw7wpebm
— People (@people) August 8, 2018
Justin legit looks like he just realized he left Flat Bear on the airplane. But like, Flat Bear is his wubby, not his kid’s. The waterworks didn’t stop there either. Whatever spiritual crisis The Biebs was undergoing (where’s Hot Pastor Carl when you need him?), Hailey was similarly agitated to the point of tears. The Bibes managed to pull himself together long enough for the pair to head out for a cozy lunch with paparazzi. That’s when Hailey became verklempt.
While the singer managed to stop crying, not long afterward, Baldwin was in tears as the lovebirds sat in a restaurant in Tribeca. At one point, Bieber lovingly caressed Baldwin’s face as she struggled to stop crying.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin had an emotional Tuesday afternoon https://t.co/Ko0sp4K6vD
— iHeartRadio (@iHeartRadio) August 8, 2018
Hmm, that cry face looks familiar… Where have I seen this brand of overwrought tableaux before?
Speidi realness pic.twitter.com/8xkZh7rD6M
— 𝖈𝖎𝖌𝖆𝖗𝖊𝖙𝖙𝖊 𝖑𝖎𝖌𝖍𝖙 (@blueecid) August 8, 2018
Well, Justin and Hailey have fantastic role models in Speidi. Heidi and Spencer managed to get past many a rough patch, and I have every confidence that Justin and Hailey will as well. A little Bactine for the scraped knee, and a little Robitussin for the quivering realization that the universe is an infinite black hole and there’s no amount of fame or celebrity that will change the fact that you are now, and will only ever be, of no more consequence than a speck of dust.
So don’t cry, dry your eye, here comes your mother with those two little guys.