If there is one power couple in Hollywood who have the best of it all – talent, looks and personality – it is Hailey and Justin Bieber. Both stars in their own right, the dynamic duo of a superstar singer-husband and supermodel wife, have time and again grabbed the spotlight with the immense love they share for each other. The pair recently celebrated their 1st wedding anniversary and their relationship continues to be going strong. So much so, that Hailey recently honoured Justin in the sweetest and most touching way possible. Sharing a picture with her followers, Hailey has now gotten a wedding ring ‘J’ tattoo on her finger.
Hailey and Justin are both extremely supportive of each other’s careers. They always make sure to turn up at events, whether it may be Hailey’s fashion show or Justin’s music concert. The couple was recently spotted ahead of Justin’s performance on Saturday Night Live. They made a dashing entry with Justin’s hand around her waist. And it was then when the shutterbugs spotted the tattoo on Hailey’s finger. On Sunday, celebrity tattoo artist Mr. K shared a post on Instagram, showing off the two new tattoos he did for the 23-year-old model.
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“It was pleasure for your trust on this meaningful piece @haileybieber #haileybieber #justinbieber #mrktattoo,” he wrote. According to him, the first tattoo she requested was the word “beleza,” which means “beauty” in Portuguese on her neck. The second was the letter “J” with a star on her ring finger in honour of the Baby singer. Hailey and Justin first crossed paths at the latter’s 2009 concert meet-and-greet. They celebrated their one-year anniversary on September 30, 2020. While their fans never give them a break, Justin took to his Instagram stories recently and called out all those waiting outside his apartment building to catch a glimpse of the couple. He wrote, “How do you convince yourself it’s not completely inappropriate and disrespectful to wait outside my home to gawk, stare and take pictures as I walk into my apartment. This is not a hotel. It’s my home.”