Hailey Bieber: ‘Definitely no kids this year,’ I want to accomplish things professionally

Hailey Bieber covers WSJ. Magazine to promote her skincare brand, Rhode, which she’s been developing for a few years now. She does have nice skin, and hell, every celebrity has a skincare line these days, so why not Hailey. Somewhat hilariously in this interview, Hailey makes a big deal about how she’s no longer going to talk about her marriage to Justin Bieber, then she does just that by talking about when she would ideally like to try to have Bieber babies. Some highlights:

On her new skin care brand, Rhode: “My role in the brand is the Creative of Everything, putting together the packaging and the colors and the aesthetic. The whole ethos of my brand is access to really good-quality products that are really affordable,” the 25-year-old model continued, adding that consumers shouldn’t have to shell out loads of cash in order to achieve a dewy, “glazed donut” complexion – something that Bieber has become famous for in the beauty sphere. Added Bieber: “I just don’t see why a $200 cream has to be the answer to good skin.”

She’s relatable: “I want to make people feel like I’m another gal next door. I’m just a girl from New York who happened to get to this place.”

She won’t talk about her marriage from now on: “The media loves to take a tiny little blurb of something for clickbait… the media has always been a disgusting thing.”

Her marriage to Justin is very normal: “Behind closed doors, we’re two really normal people that just have not-normal lifestyles and careers. I think given the magnitude of Justin’s career, he’s a very normal person, and I don’t think that always happens.”

Whether she’s thinking about getting pregnant this year: “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. 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!”

[From WSJ. Magazine via Just Jared & People Magazine]

First of all, I wish she had said “no comment” or “it’s rude to even ask me that” when she was asked directly about babies and all of that. She doesn’t have to say anything, and we absolutely need to stop asking celebrity women “when will you have a baby.” If it comes up organically in an interview, so be it. But Hailey shouldn’t have to justify her timeline whatsoever. All that being said, Justin has been saying for a while that HE is ready to start a family. So it’s pretty clear that Hailey is the one putting the brakes on it. Which, again, is fine and her right.

As for the dumb sh-t about “clickbait” and not talking about her marriage… lmao. Oh, honey. Bless.

Cover & IG courtesy of WSJ. Magazine.

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  1. Duchess of hazard says:

    She’s 25 and wealthy. She should have good skin. 🙄

  2. Sandy says:

    She’s so bland. But good for her.

  3. Silver Charm says:

    Honest question: is she really famous for her “glazed donut” complexion?

    I’m tired of celebrities denigrating the media as a whole bc they may not like something that doesn’t put them in the perfect light. Girl you’re talking to the WSJ. Tabloids and deuxmoi? Fine. Call that out. But use better language; “media has always been a disgusting thing” isn’t helpful.

  4. nancy says:

    The lips fillers are…wow..

  5. Red says:

    She clearly wanted to talk about pregnancies, she wanted the headlines of herself talking about possible babies.

    She’s just a normal girl from NY? Ok.

  6. B says:

    Bieber is the only reason why she’s famous so it’s funny she’s refusing to talk about their marriage….

    • Jules says:

      She’s refusing to talk about their marriage after they did a documentary on their marriage lol. But she sounds so cool and mysterious by pretending to be above it all.
      Her and Bella always look 20 years older than their actual age.

  7. TIFFANY says:

    She is a Baldwin through and through.

    I see a Young Billy in these photos.

    Depending on the day she either looks like her uncles or her father.

  8. RoSco says:

    The role of “Creative of Everything” sounds to me like someone who will meddle in every production process instead of leaving it to trained and experienced professionals. Like if I were at work and was told the Creative of Everything wanted a word, I’d cringe at best.

    • myjobistoprincess says:

      It”s ok to be Creative of eveyrthing if it’s your money you’re using to produce the whole thing. But Creative of eveyrthing when you’re just a feature line in someone else’s business and mingling in each step of the process is like being on a power trip to me. Im sure she and justin have enough money to employ experienced people to help her create a line that suits what she sees.

    • Jules says:

      Lol it sounds like something a little kid would make up.

  9. Delphine says:

    If I did a line I wouldn’t want to just design the packaging. I would want to come up with product ideas as well, while leaving the actual formulations to the chemists. Disgusting is a pretty strong word for an industry that she has a tacit agreement with as a famous person. There’s no fame without media.

  10. Luna17 says:

    Nepotism at its worst! She is so boring and only has a career because her parents bought it, along with all the alterations to her face. Congrats to her for being born into a wealthy family and never having to develop into an actual person with skills and a personality.

    • Shanaynay says:

      Agreed! I feel the same thing about Cindy Crawford’s daughter. If it weren’t for who her mother is, I highly doubt she would be a model.

  11. jferber says:

    Money looks good on her.

  12. lucy2 says:

    Just a girl from NY who happened to get to this place? Sure. It does help if you’re born into a famous acting family and marry a famous pop star though…

  13. Ry says:

    20 somethings are not the age where I’d take skin care tips from. Nor someone who is not a specialist.
    All 20s something have youthful skin because they’re youths