Justin Bieber has posted a blurred photograph of his obsessive lip kiss with well known model Hailey Baldwin, daughter of actor Alec Baldwin, on June 18.
On the other hand, the media people also shared a video recording of their liplock on Sunday, stating that during the same evening, Justin and Hailey crossed the river into lower Manhattan and continued their kissing session in Rockefeller Park.
The 21-year-old pop sensation and Hailey Baldwin, formally "just best friends" who enjoyed a week together in the serene surroundings of Miami, stated that they're back on the lane of love with heaps of kissing and assorted PDA out in NYC over the weekend.
The special moment came Saturday, when the two passionate lovers got clicked and filmed by their buffs in Brooklyn's Domino Park, looking across the Manhattan skyline.
The media people have the recording of the session.
As per a source, “Justin and Hailey were making out for everyone to see at a New Year's Eve party thrown by Richie Akiva.”
“They were sucking face for everyone to see at the bar.”
Romantic...and almost Instagram official, as Bieber shared a shot with Baldwin's legs and torso, just not her head.
Back in Manhattan, they were also photographed making out in Rockefeller Park. A kissing tour of the city—and a proclamation they're dating for all to see!
On Sunday, Justin was again shot with the 19-year-old model getting handsy in Brooklyn. The two biggies were also witnessed holding hands, as new pairs do.
Baldwin said that she love tattoos, however her fascination has left her tiny space for future portrayals.
Hailey told media, “The heart was kind of aesthetic. I just think it looks attractive. There’s no story behind it. I think the really little dainty tattoos are very, like, they are very attractive on girls. And 1996 was the year I was born, so…”
“It’s always been a hint of mine to get that. It’s just like when I decide when not to get it. I think now I’m going to chill out for a second on the tattoos as I’m running out of spots. (I have) 19. They are little ones, but I like all the little ones. I’m running out of spots to add little ones.”