Justin Bieber evidently isn't too invested in planning his next wedding to Hailey Baldwin.
According to PEOPLE, the "Sorry" singer, who tied the knot with the 22-year-old in a private courthouse marriage in September, can't seem to wrap his head around preparing his upcoming union in front of God with the model because of all the mental health issues he's been dealing with.
“They will still have a wedding eventually," a source assured PEOPLE, "but this is not their focus right now. They haven’t sent out any new save the dates. They will wait until Justin feels better and is excited about planning their wedding again."
The report arrives a week after Bieber took to Instagram to reveal he's "been struggling a lot" and "feeling super disconnected and weird." But before the mental health update, a source told PEOPLE a month prior that Bieber was "receiving treatment" for depression. At the time, the insider clarified his troubles had "nothing to do with Hailey," adding, "he is very happy being married to her. It’s just something else that he struggles with mentally."
Yesterday (March 18) Baldwin was also dragged into rumors alleging there was conflict brewing between she and her husband. "Don't believe what ya read on the internet folks," the model wrote on Instagram, seeming to slam Us Weekly's report as "fake news."
Still, this isn't the first time the newlyweds have pressed pause on walking down the aisle. In January, it was said the Biebers were stressed out about timing and having to accommodate the 300 guests invited to their wedding, which was rumored for early-March.
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