Justin and Hailey Bieber first got married in September 2018 when they skipped off to New York City to obtain an official marriage license, although, they tried to keep it secret at the time.
Last year, the celebrity couple had their ceremony in South Carolina in front of family friends, and while they've had hard times already, the pair are apparently doing well. Earlier this year, Bieber shared in his YouTube series that he struggled a lot with depression, anxiety, substance abuse issues, and Lyme disease.
In past interviews, Hailey shared that it was a dark time for both of them because nobody knew what was wrong with Justin initially. Doctors later discovered he was suffering from Lyme disease, and since then, he has been receiving proper treatment and is doing a lot better.
What makes Hailey and Justin's relationship interesting is not only their support for each other even during the hardest times, but also their history, which goes back much farther than fans might think.
During an interview with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, Hailey shared with the host that they actually first met in 2009. Her father, Steven Baldwin, introduced her to him in the lobby of The Today Show's studios.
On Friday, Hailey shared with the host what first came to her mind when she met him at the age of 13-years-old. Hailey explained that the photo with him was so "awkward," because she had braces at the time. The supermodel explained that she wasn't thinking at all that he was crushing on her.
Reportedly, a video of the interaction from 11 years ago does exist, which apparently shows Bieber shaking his hair in Hailey's direction. Hailey reaches her hand out to him while not appearing too impressed. Later, Hailey said to Fallon that when she first met him, she didn't know a lot about the singer-songwriter.
Baldwin shared with the host, "to be honest, this is the truth. He was so new that I didn't really know a lot about him yet." Baldwin claims she met his parents and their families met up for dinner one evening and also went bowling.