AceShowbiz - Is there a trouble in paradise? Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have been taking their wedding plan slowly after getting legally married last year, and a new report suggests that Justin's ex Selena Gomez might be the reason why.
According to In Touch Weekly, the "Despacito" hitmaker can't stop worrying about the former Disney darling. Following a shocking mental breakdown, Selena entered the rehab in October and has been spotted out and about with her friends after finishing the rehab stint.
While the previous report suggested that both Justin and Hailey were taking things slow as they hadn't figured out what they want for the ceremony, the site claims that the model is not happy with him stalling their wedding. It's said that Hailey starts to get insecure.
The source reveals "now Hailey is worried that [the wedding] is never going happen" though they have been "discussing plans for months." The source continues to spill, "In her mind, this is her day and she should be Justin's priority. She's putting her foot down!"
The model and the Canadian heartthrob allegedly "are still working out details and planning." A source previously dished, "They've tossed around different ideas for where to do it and they are still going back and forth. They've met with their pastor numerous times to discuss the religious ceremony and figure out exactly what they want."
However, a wedding is definitely going to happen as the source assured, "It's all in the works, but still being discussed." The insider also noted that "there is some stuff behind the scenes that's being figured out."
While it remains to be seen when the nuptials will take place, the newlyweds reportedly are actively hunting for marital home. Justin and his new wife stayed at the four-bedroom, seven-bathroom house Bieber leased in the San Fernando Valley before being forced to relocate to a hotel in Beverly Hills due to a major plumbing issue. Rumor has it, they are now on the hunt for another house to settle into, although it's not clear if they are seeking to rent again or are ready to purchase their first marital home.