Stephen Baldwin Shares Why Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber Want a Religious Wedding

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Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin may already be married, but they’re still planning on having a second, larger ceremony with their family and friends. Baldwin’s father, actor Stephen Baldwin, recently told TMZ that the couple will be relying heavily on their religion during their upcoming wedding.

“I just think that as Christians and as believers they understand that if you don’t have the God’s spirit working in your marriage it just makes it more and more difficult to make it work and have peace and find happiness,” he told TMZ. “Weddings and marriage are supposed to be a holy commitment, one onto another.”

The couple got married in a low-key courthouse wedding in New York last September, and are currently planning their second go-around for this month in South Carolina.

“They’re going to have a lot of their pastor friends and their Christian friends around them this time,” Baldwin added. “My only job is just walking my princess down the aisle,” he said, revealing that the couple is looking at different venues right now and trying to “figure out which one is going to be the most fun for them and memorable.”

Bieber has been open about his mental health struggles during the first year of his marriage to Baldwin, but according to his father-in-law, he’s in a much better place now. Baldwin said that Bieber has “grown leaps and bounds in the past year as far as taking time to himself and making sure he’s spending time with his wife and they’re having fun.”

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