Justin Bieber posted a selfie with his ‘favourite girls’ on social media yesterday, including his wife Hailey Bieber
Justin Bieber has posted a rare photo of himself and two of his younger sisters this week, with the post having attracted millions of likes on social media.
The couple, who have been married since 2018, appear in the recent photo with the Grammy Award winner’s younger sister Jazmyn Bieber and his step-sister Allie Bieber.
They’re seen in a decked patio area, with the backdrop featuring an outdoor sofa and views of a nearby coastline.
The family seem to have been soaking up some sun prior to the selfie, with Justin shirtless in it. Hailey is seen resting her head on his shoulders, whilst his sisters pose behind them.
The photo was captioned: “My favourite girls.” Justin accompanied this with some emojis, including a red heart. The singer tagged his wife and two sisters in the post.
The post, which has more than 3 million likes on the platform, was uploaded yesterday afternoon and has already prompted more than 20,000 comments.
Many of his followers took to the comments section to express their love for the award-winning musician – whose sixth album, titled Justice, was released earlier this year.
Some seemed grateful that his latest post was a selfie, with other recent uploads not featuring Justin. “Missed you so much,” wrote one fan. Others said “finally” and “he’s alive.”
Allie responded to the photo, writing “love you,” with white heart emojis. This attracted replies from fans, with one saying: “You have the best brother in the world. Be proud.”
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Justin is the only child of Pattie Mallette. He however has siblings through his father, Jeremy Bieber, who had children in subsequent relationships, as reported by CapitalFM.
This includes sister Jazmyn and brother Jaxon Bieber. His youngest sibling is three-year-old Bay Bieber. Allie is the daughter of Chelsey Bieber, whom Jeremy married in 2018.
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