Justin Bieber says he and wife Hailey have sex all day despite his Lyme disease: 'That's all we do'
'So when I'm with my wife, we like to... You guys can guess what we do all day,' he said
Even as Justin Bieber continues to battle chronic Lyme disease, which comes with a drop in energy, he is game for having "sex all day" with his wife Haily Bieber, as he admits that "marriage takes work".
While on stage for the release of his new album preview at Indigo at The 02 in London on Tuesday, February 11, Bieber opened up about what it takes to keep the spark in their marriage alive. He tied the knot in a secret ceremony in September 2018, before exchanging vows again in front of 154 guests last year.
"So when I'm with my wife, we like to ... You guys can guess what we do all day. It gets pretty crazy. That's all we do," he said, Daily Mail reported. "We like to watch movies, we like to Netflix and chill - but we definitely do more of the chilling."
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The 'Yummy' singer opened up that despite the fact that they were married, their relationship still posed a lot of challenges that they have to work on.
"Being married is so awesome. I'm telling you, but don't get it twisted, marriage is not easy. It's something you got to work for. If marriage was easy, everyone would do it really fast. Everyone would just do it. So you guys want to have children and want to get married, just know that it takes work every day. You've got to choose to be patient with that person, love that person, be kind to that person and that takes work. It's powerful. It's really, really incredible," he said.
Justin's comments came after he admitted on the YouTube Originals docuseries, 'Justin Bieber: Seasons' episode titled 'The Dark Season,' how he had been struggling with Lyme disease, which was diagnosed after he realized that he had very low energy at times.
"I’ve been struggling with my energy for quite some time now and I just haven’t known why,” he had said in the new show. “I’ve realized after a series of tests I have what’s called Lyme disease which is a super silent disease that’s not very well known. It’s very hard for doctors to test for it.”
Nevertheless, he said that he was willing to do whatever it took to get better.
“Honestly, I’m committed to getting better,” the singer stated. “I’m committed to doing whatever I have to do, whether it’s inconvenient or not, because I know ultimately it’s not only for me, but being the best me is gonna help me be the best husband, the best father, the best friend that I can possibly be."