Justin Bieber is taking some time off from his music career to spend quality time with his new wife Hailey Baldwin.
And it looks as though the pair are still in their honeymoon period, as the star posted up a picture of himself and Hailey packing on the PDA.
The black and white snap featured the loved up duo locking lips as they wrapped their arms around one another.
Justin decided to post a sickly sweet caption, as he called his gal: Hunny buns punkin.
Halloween was so last month, Biebs.
Fans were quick to comment on the snap, and cooed over the couple, wishing them well in their relationship.
One wrote: May both of your love have no endings.
Another added: The cutest. So sweet Justin.
Someone else commented: My heart has stopped. Justin you are legit perfect.
Justin and Hailey Baldwin confirmed their marriage earlier this month, and it seems the Biebs is ready to commit to married life.
A source close to Justin Bieber told People: Justin seems okay. However, he doesnt seem ready to record new music yet and keeps saying that he just wants to hang out with Hailey.
They elaborated that the pair are not on the same page when it comes to work, saying: Hailey actually seems more ready to work than he does.
Justin likes to just hang out, watch movies and chill. Hailey has a lot of energy and projects that she wants to do.
After weeks of speculation as to whether or not the pair had tied the knot, Justin appeared to let slip that theyve said their vows while enjoying a romantic meal.
An eyewitness who dined near them at Joans On Third claimed: I said to them, “I dont want to say congratulations, but are you married?”
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Justin said, “Yes, we are married”. He explained that they have their ups and downs just like every other couple.
He said he has a lot of baggage and called Hailey “an angel” for sticking by his side, but she just rolled her eyes, they added to the Daily Mail.
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