But she is opening up about starting a family.
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Just about every detail about Hailey Bieber's life with her husband, Justin Bieber, has made headlines: their on-again, off-again dating life, their unexpected civil wedding ceremony in New York City followed by a lavish religious ceremony in North Carolina, and the seemingly endless questions about when the two will have kids. In a new interview with WSJ. Magazine, Hailey said that in 2022 (and maybe beyond), she's focusing on making sure to talk about other aspects of her life and not just what's going on in the romance department. Days after teasing her skincare line, Rhode, on Instagram, she spoke about it — and other projects — and why she's not going to give anyone clickbait material.

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Credit: Angelo Pennetta for WSJ. Magazine.

Hailey explained that she was often pressured to speak about her relationship and that her words would be twisted for the sake of virality. So, she explained, she won't be talking about it anymore.

"It doesn't feel worth it to me anymore when I try to have an open conversation with someone like you and then it gets taken out of context," she said. "The media loves to take a tiny little blurb of something for clickbait. The media has always been a disgusting thing."

Hailey Bieber
Credit: Angelo Pennetta for WSJ. Magazine.

Hailey did give a glimpse into what's to come for her and Justin, however. She mentioned that while she was growing up, she imagined that she'd have children young — and that at 25 years old, she realized that she is still plenty young and has time to think about things in addition to starting a family. Her skincare line, for one, as well as her YouTube channel and her career are all things she's proud of and she doesn't want to be pressured into following the expectation of getting married and having kids right away.

"I think ideally in the next couple of years we would try. But there's a reason they call it try, right? You don't know how long that process is ever going to take. Definitely no kids this year; that would be a little bit hectic, I think," she said. "There's this thing that happens for women when you get married. Everybody always assumes it's: First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby. Well, what about all the things I want to accomplish in my business? I think I had it ingrained in my head that I was going to want to have kids right away and I was going to want to have kids super, super young. Then I turned 25 and I'm like, I'm still super, super young!"