Hailey and Justin Bieber recently took their love abroad. On August 1, the couple was photographed visiting an art gallery in Italy as part of Justin's world tour.
Justin wrapped his arms lovingly around his wifeHailey in an adorable moment together.
On Monday, they visited Florence's Accademia di Firenze, which has the world-famous David statue created by Michelangelo.
Alessandro Alloris's creation is one of the world's finest and most expensive works of art, and the Canadian star, 28, sat in awe as he admired Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, Pontormo, del Sarto, Allori, and Orcagna alongside his supermodel wife, 25.
Justin wrapped his arm around Haileys shoulder and threw her close to him, while Hailey leaned her head on his shoulder as they admired the artworks at the Italian museum.
Hailey wore a white tank top and matching trousers for their fun date, while Justin wore a plain white shirt, a baggy t-shirt, and yellow shorts.
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Hailey and Justin Bieber's post at the Museum is accessible here.
The couple is in Europe for a JustinsJusticeworld tour. Their visit comes just a day after Justins participation in the Lucca Summer Festival in Lucca, Italy. This concert was postponed for 14 days after he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
Justin Bieber returned to the stage in Lucca, Italy, on July 31 after taking almost two months off following his diagnosis with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. Justin was unable to move one side of his face due to the virus that attacked his ear and facial nerves.
After a few weeks of recuperation, Justin was finally able to return to the stage.
Justin will return to Europe in August, followed by a South American tour in September. Following that, the tour will travel to South Africa, followed by a trip to the Middle East and Asia in October. In November, Justin will return to Australia and New Zealand, and will return in 2023.
Justin was, however, the only person to suffer a health ailment this year.
Hailey, the wife to whom he has been married since 2018, was admitted to the hospital in March after experiencing stroke-like symptoms caused by a blood clot.
A procedure was then performed to close a hole in her heart that doctors believed caused her mini-stroke.