Hailey Bieber outlines how she’ll teach future children about racism
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Hailey Bieber outlines how she’ll teach future children about racism

Hailey Bieber is planning on teaching her future children important lessons about racism early on.

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin arrive at the Los Angeles premiere of “Justin Bieber: Seasons,” Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

The 23-year-old model married Justin Bieber in a secret ceremony in 2018 after a whirlwind romance.

Posing for the cover of the latest issue of Vogue India, Hailey opened up about her and 26-year-old Justin’s plans for a family, and how they’ll raise their kids.

Talking about her recent Instagram posts supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, she explained: “It was time to look inside and reflect: what do I not know, what do I need to ask, how can I step up and do the best that I can to be an ally in the Black Lives Matter movement?

“(My children) will be raised knowing how to treat people, why we don’t say certain things, and why we respect and acknowledge and give credit where credit is due.”

She also touched on her own childhood, comparing it to her superstar spouse’s, who found fame at the age of 13 after uploading videos of himself singing to YouTube.

Hailey, the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin, fell into fashion after a foot injury put a stop to her ballet dreams, and she believes she wasn’t affected by fame as a youngster.

“To be honest, I don’t really think I was ever famous. Of course, I knew my father was an actor and he was famous to an extent, but if I was to compare how I grew up to how Justin did, he’s had a way crazier ‘famous’ experience really young,” she mused. “Whereas I got to grow up and get my driver’s licence and really be normal until the past three years of my life.”

– Cover Media


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