Transcript for Hailey Bieber opens up about 'evolving' marriage to Justin Bieber
ROBIN ROBERTS: Right now we have our GMA cover story. Hailey Bieber talking about her marriage to Justin in a brand new interview discussing the work they put into their relationship, all while battling two health scares. Eva is back with that story. Good morning again, Eva.
EVA PILGRIM: Good morning, guys. Hailey Bieber talking really candidly about life, her marriage, and what comes next. It's been a tough several months for the Biebers, both dealing with major health issues.
Model, business mogul, and Mrs., Hailey Bieber opening up about juggling it all, talking about life with her Mr., Justin Bieber, and even dropping a mention of possible little Biebers to come.
HAILEY BIEBER: Hi, I'm Hailey Bieber on the set of the Harper's Bazaar cover shoot.
EVA PILGRIM: Hailey in a new Harper's Bazaar article saying she sees her marriage as evolving, and knows they will have to figure things out as life changes, saying day to day, week to week, year to year. I think a perfect example of that is over the last six months, both of us have gone through very serious health issues. There's a reason they say 'for better or for worse'. Like, that's for real!" In June, Justin announcing on Instagram he had Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
JUSTIN BIEBER: As you can see, this eye is not blinking. I can't smile on this side of my face.
EVA PILGRIM: Showing his followers one side of his face was paralyzed. In March, Hailey revealing that she had suffered a mini-stroke.
HAILEY BIEBER: I had a procedure done to close this hole in my heart. I'm not having to be on any medication anymore, so--
AMY ROBACH: Fantastic.
HAILEY BIEBER: --I feel good.
EVA PILGRIM: Haley telling Amy Robach in June that the health scares have brought the two closer together.
AMY ROBACH: I'm sure you leaned on one another, but what has that been like for you as a couple?
HAILEY BIEBER: I think two things. Going through it very publicly in front of a lot of people, it almost in a way forces you to have to just be upfront. And I think the silver lining of it, honestly, is that it brings us a lot closer.
EVA PILGRIM: Hailey going on to tell Harper's Bazaar "he's still the person that I want to be rushing back to. I might fly somewhere and go do a job, but I can't wait to come back and hang out. And I feel like that's because of the effort that's been put in on both sides. At the end of the day, he's my best friend, but it still does take a lot of work to make it work. And then I know eventually, when kids come in the picture, that's going to be a whole other season of navigating how to make that work."
Kids, yes, that changes everything. Hailey really embracing the idea that life and their relationship will change and grow. But you heard her, they are putting in the work to keep it good. You guys, we're all married. We know it takes work.
ROBIN ROBERTS: I'm not married!
Trust me, it does take work--
- There was a pregnant pause. I'm glad that you filled that.
ROBIN ROBERTS: I was like, wait a minute!
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