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She also stated that she felt “really lucky” to have multiple women in her life come together to support her throughout her two pregnancies.
“I can call my mum, on my bathroom floor, sobbing, asking for her for advice. And I think you do, you lean into your grandmother’s, your mother’s advice, older women around you that have been through it,” Rosie explained. “The amount of like, camaraderie and support that I felt from women was just like nothing else I had experienced. And it really is just a wonderful bond to have between other mothers.”
This isn’t the first time the topic of children has come up surrounding Hailey and Justin. The couple, who had a second wedding ceremony in 2019, have both discussed their decision to wait before having children together.
But that doesn’t mean they aren’t planning for their future. In December 2020, Justin told Ellen DeGeneres that he was willing to have as many kids as “Hailey is wishing to push out,” adding, “I’d love to have myself a little tribe, but yeah, it’s her body and whatever she wants to do.”
When Ellen asked about their choice, the “Stay” singer said he wanted to wait to have kids until Hailey was ready. “I think the issue—there’s not really an issue—I think Hailey still has things she wants to accomplish as a woman,” he explained. “I just think she’s not ready yet and that’s OK.”