25-year-old supermodel Hailey Bieber, the wife of 28-year-old Justin Bieber and daughter of Stephen Baldwin (a conservative Baldwin brother), appears to have suffered a blood clot in her brain.
Mrs. Bieber was hospitalized after showing symptoms that were typical with older patients who are having a stroke. According to TMZ, doctors think the blood clot in her brain may be COVID-related.We’re told Hailey was admitted to a Palm Springs area hospital a few days ago after suffering a “medical emergency.” We’re told it affected the way she moved, and the symptoms are typical for much older people. Hailey is 25.
Hailey and Justin both have strong faith and were married after reconnecting at a church service when she was 23.
Hailey and Justin first met as children after Hailey’s father, Stephen Baldwin, introduced the two. They tried dating when the model was 19, but their lives were “going in very different directions,” she told Elle. The stars would later reconnect while attending a church conference.
We ended up being at this church conference together in Miami, and it was the first time we’d seen each other in a while. I remember we were hanging out, and I was like, ‘Listen, I’m really, really happy for us to be friends again. I want us to always be cool and be friends.’ He was like, ‘Yeah, here’s the thing: We’re not going to be friends.’ And I was like, ‘Oh. Is that so?’ ” she explained.
Justin and Hailey had changed since the last time they dated, and she credited their mutual belief in God as to what solidified their reunion and eventual fate as husband and wife.
New York Post reports – Hailey Bieber has confirmed reports that she was hospitalized this week, clarifying on social media that she suffered stroke-like symptoms due to a small blood clot in her brain.
“On Thursday morning, I was sitting at breakfast with my husband when I started having stroke-like symptoms and was taken to the hospital,” Bieber posted in a statement on her Instagram Story Saturday.
“They found I had suffered a very small blood clot to my brain, which caused a small lack of oxygen, but my body had passed it on its own, and I recovered completely within a few hours,” she continued. “Although this was definitely one of the scariest moments I’ve ever been through, I’m home now and doing well, and I’m so grateful and thankful to all the amazing doctors and nurses who took care of me!”
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