Within the past 24 hours, we've seen Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin visit a marriage license courthouse, heard that they might've already wed, and then learned they are not, in fact, yet married. So when is their wedding really taking place?
The fact that the couple recently obtained a marriage license suggests they could be heading down the aisle very soon.
Here's everything we know about the Bieber-Baldwin nuptials so far.
The couple visited the Marriage Bureau on Thursday, September 13.
TMZ published a photo of Justin and Hailey entering a marriage license courthouse in New York City yesterday. The singer reportedly cried at one point of the emotional visit and told his fiancée, "I can't wait to marry you" according to a source. Another insider said Bieber thanked a court official for "keeping it on the DL."
Hailey confirmed she's not married yet.
The model tweeted that she and Bieber haven't tied the knot yet, despite a new report from People stating the couple is now legally married. "I understand where the speculation is coming from, but I’m not married yet!" she tweeted.
The actual wedding could take place next year—or next week.
Baldwin told The Cut that the wedding will be in 2019, but "sources connected with the couple" told TMZ that she and Bieber could be exchanging vows "as early as next week."
In the state of New York, a marriage license is valid for 60 days. So if Justin and Hailey's application was approved yesterday, they could be saying "I do" in the next two months.
It's rumored to take place in Canada.
TMZ also reports that Justin and Hailey's looming nuptials may take place in the singer's home country. When they were at the Marriage Bureau, they were reportedly overheard discussing leaving the country, sources told the site. However, the couple hasn't confirmed where they'll tie the knot.
An insider previously told Entertainment Tonight in July that the couple was considering getting hitched in Canada, the U.S., or possibly both.
The ceremony will be super small.
Weeks after the couple got engaged, a source told ET, "Justin and Hailey have been telling friends they want to have a smaller wedding, with close family and friends, nothing too over the top."
But there could be a bigger "blowout" following the wedding.
“They’re going to have a big blowout, in front of everyone they love,” a source told People. It's unclear when the follow-up bash may take place. People's insider says it'll happen "soon," but TMZ suggests it could be next year.
No, Hailey is not pregnant.
A source clarified to TMZ that the short-lived engagement doesn't imply that a baby is on the way: "100 percent she's not pregnant."
Hailey doesn't have a wedding gown yet.
The model's dress isn't ready, but she has chosen a designer (who, obviously, remains secret), she told The Cut.
Her bridal party will be "small and familial."
Baldwin also confirmed to The Cut that her older sister Alaia will be her bridesmaid, since she was hers last year. She also hopes Bieber's 10-year-old sister, Jazmyn, can be the flower girl.
The model's aunt, Kim Basinger, previously teased that both Alaia and Ireland Baldwin—her daughter with Alec Baldwin and Hailey's cousin—would be "in the wedding."
Hailey wants a woodsy venue.
"I think having it in the woods would be so beautiful," Baldwin told The Cut of her ideal location. She added that she has a wedding planner looking for a spot on the West Coast, despite the speculation that she and Bieber may wed in Canada.
Wherever Hailey and Justin's ceremony ends up taking place, expect a lot of lighting. "I just picture lights strung everywhere," she said.
Hailey and Justin were engaged on July 7.
In case you need a refresher, Bieber proposed to Baldwin during a getaway in the Bahamas this summer. Fans instantly started speculating that they were engaged after a massive ring was spotted on Baldwin's finger.
Two days later, Beiber confirmed the news with a lengthy, heartfelt post on Instagram. "You are the love of my life Hailey Baldwin and I wouldn’t want to spend it with anybody else," he wrote.