Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin who were first confirmed to have been secretly married in September, evidently forgot one small detail as they exchanged vows: they never signed a prenup, the site has reported.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin ‘secretly married in New York last month without a prenuptial agreement in place’.
The singer, 24, and the model, 21 – worth $250 million and $2 million respectively – exchanged vows on the same day they obtained their marriage licence at the courthouse on September 13, TMZ claims.
The young lovebirds got married the same day they got their marriage license at the courthouse.
For the wedding, their preacher was Jeffrey Quinn, a member of the faculty at Nyack College near the courthouse. The witness was Josh Mehl, a friend of Justin’s who attends Churchome in Los Angeles.
Justin and Hailey both reached out to lawyers for a prenup on the very same day they got married, but there was no way to get a prenup drafted and signed that quickly. So, they got married without a prenup and there’s been no move to have one drafted now.
One source said Justin is so in love he doesn’t see the need for a prenup even though his net worth is estimated at $250 million and Hailey is reportedly worth a couple of million.
TMZ reports that the couple still plan to have a formal ceremony, but it would be a ceremony in name only because they are already husband and wife.
The latest claims come after People magazine reported Hailey and Justin had tied the knot at the courthouse last month – a claim which Hailey was quick to shoot down on social media.
In June, Hailey rekindled her on/off romance with the singer, and the Hillsong Church duo secured their marriage license at a New York courthouse on September 13.
It was then claimed that the blonde bombshell and the What Do You Mean? hitmaker had 60 days to make their nuptials official in New York state.
On Sunday, Justin was said to have introduced Hailey, who is the daughter of Stephen Baldwin, as his ‘wife’ during a visit to an exhibit dedicated to his career in his home state of Ontario.