Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin got their marriage license

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin got their marriage license

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin got their marriage license

After the pop star, 24, and daughter of Stephen Baldwin, 21, fueled rumors they already Wednesday after leaving a NY courthouse on Thursday, the insider said: 'They didn't tell anyone on their teams what was going on and his people have been frantically trying to get his business affairs and finances in order'.

Speaking about their wedding, TMZ reports that the celebrity couple will be reportedly getting hitched in Canada.

The People source also said that they will have a wedding party later.

Bieber and Baldwin were spotted by photographers at a courthouse in Los Angeles on Thursday.

Baldwin has taken the lead in planning the celebration and ceremony for the two.

He went on to say, "God's timing really is literally ideal, we got engaged on the seventh day of the seventh month, the number seven is the number of spiritual perfection, it's true GOOGLE IT!" It has four-bedrooms featuring a private equestrian facility with stables and a 5/8 mile race track.

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Hailey Baldwin has tweeted that she has not gotten married to Justin Bieber.

In 2014, dating rumors spread about the two, but both Bieber and Baldwin put them to rest by insisting that they weren't dating.

The famous pair were reportedly given VIP treatment, with witnesses telling the entertainment site Bieber was seen crying.

So, Justin Bieber is officially a married man; how insane is that?!

It hasn't been confirmed when the couple first filed the paperwork to obtain a marriage certificate, as New York State marriage licenses can be valid up to 60 days immediately starting 24 hours after being issued. The What Do You Mean? singer proposed just two months after they rekindled their 2015 romance. He's trying to climatize what a normal life should look like.

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