It's official! Hailey Baldwin trademarks her married name 'Hailey Beiber' for new clothing line
A month after Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber secretly got married at a New York City courthouse, the 21-year-old model has filed to registered the name 'Hailey Bieber'
Hailey Baldwin reportedly filed documents on October 10 to register her newly married name "Hailey Beiber" marking the first time she acknowledged her marriage with Justin Bieber. This comes just days after it was revealed that the wedding was her idea.
Just a month after Baldwin and Justin Bieber secretly got married at a New York City courthouse, the 21-year-old model registered the name 'Hailey Bieber' for a clothing line. She also registered her maiden name "Hailey Baldwin" along with "HRB3". The trademarks were all filed under her company Rhodedeodato Corp, reported The Blast.
According to People, a source revealed that the secret marriage ceremony that the couple had was Baldwin's idea. "Hailey is a very bright girl. She’s not just blindly adoring Justin and doing whatever he wants,” says the source. “She’s wanted to be with Justin for a very long time.”
Though the newly married couple has plans for a bigger wedding ceremony for family and friends, the source who happens to be close to the singer revealed that Baldwin felt that becoming husband and wife early made them stronger as a team. “The city hall marriage was her idea. It was ‘You and me against the world,'” says the source. “'Let’s show [everyone] we’re serious'. It’s not just some crazy fling.”
Earlier this month, in an interview with Harper's Bazaar, the model gushed about her 24-year-old husband. “He is incredible,” Baldwin, said. “He crushes everything. Every song, every feature. It’s crazy to see what he does. I’m always blown away.”
She also opened up about dealing with all the attention she has been getting over the year and how she balances it. “I’ve had more attention on me than I’ve ever had in my life,” she said. “It’s easy to not think about your mental health or your physical health because you keep pushing, pushing, pushing. Before this year, I wasn't balancing anything.”