Model Hailey Baldwin Bieber has revealed some racy details from her sex life with pop star Justin Bieber.
The star made a number of confessions on the Call Her Daddy Podcast after being asked some X-rated questions.
Hailey revealed to podcast host Alex Cooper that the celebrity couple like different sexual positions, with ‘doggy style’ being one of her favourites.
She also admitted that the married couple prefer to have sex at night, but she ‘likes morning [sex] too’.
While she thinks that threesomes sound ‘really exciting’, Hailey said that it’s not an option for the pair.
“It doesn’t work for the two of us,” she begins. “We worked very hard to be in the space that we’re in now and trusting each other. There’s a beautiful trust and bond that I just don’t think that’s something I would be comfortable with — or him for that matter.”
The Rhode Skincare owner elaborated on their trust issues, and said the reason why they’re in such a good place now is due to Justin’s ‘brutal honesty’.
“I can ask him about any person, any past girl, anything. And he’d be like oh yeah, he doesn’t have a problem being explicit. That made me trust him a lot because there’s nothing I don’t know,” she revealed.
The model spilled that she felt ‘weird’ discussing explicit topics on the podcast, because her parents, Stephen and Kennya Baldwin, would listen to it later.
“There’s something that feels so cringe about your parents [hearing this],” she said sheepishly.
Hailey also addressed Justin’s very public on-and-off relationship with former Disney star Selena Gomez from 2010 until 2018.
Setting the record straight, she announced that she never pursued Justin while he was in a relationship with Selena.
“He was not ever in a relationship ever at any point. I would never, it’s not in my character to mess with someone’s relationship, I would just never do that. I was raised better than that,” she told the host.
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