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Hailey Bieber: Did she reveal her baby’s name?

Hailey Bieber: Did she reveal her baby’s name?

Has Hailey Bieber already revealed the name and gender of her baby with her new Instagram post? At least that’s what fans suspect.

Just two weeks ago, Justin (30) and Hailey Bieber (27) announced that they were going to be parents for the first time. Since then, both have shared photos of the model’s growing baby bump several times. Now the expectant mother has shared them – and possibly given clues about the baby’s name and gender. At least that’s what many of the couple’s fans suspect.

The 27-year-old captioned the photos – some of which show Bieber’s growing baby bump and others of her floral nail design: “Little cherry blossoms on my nails, little cherry blossoms in my belly.” She added two dumpling emojis and a cherry blossom emoji. She also posted two selfies with a strawberry-shaped pimple patch on her forehead.

Is this the name of Justin and Hailey Bieber’s baby?

Some fans are convinced: With the new post, Hailey Bieber has given hints about the gender and a possible name for her baby. Some suspect that the child’s first name could be “Blossom”. “Blossom Bieber sounds way too good,” commented one user.

Other users want to read from the post that Bieber made hints about the gender of her baby. “Oh my god, does that mean it’s a girl???” asks one user. “Baby Bieber is a girl,” writes another. “It’s a girl,” commented numerous others.

Hailey and Justin Bieber, who have been married since 2018, announced on May 9 that they are going to be parents. According to insiders, the model was already in the third trimester of her pregnancy. A source said that the couple had already decided on a name for the baby. “They have a name that they think is perfect,” the magazine quoted.

Source: Stern

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