The Biebers recently made headlines when both Justin and Hailey opened up about experiencing serious health problems within a few months of knowing each other. Hailey Bieber Hailey was hospitalized in April after suffering a stroke and Justin Bieber announced he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome – the condition that brought them closer together, according to Hailey.
Ms. Bieber recently spoke with Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest and reflected on the impact of their recent diagnosis on their relationship.
Certainly we are both dealing with older illnesses. Honestly, the silver lining in the whole situation – what he’s been through, what I’ve been through – it really bonds you. I feel like we’re closer than ever. It really brings us closer. So I’ll remove that from it. ”
In a video sent to fans, Justin shared the news of his Ramsay Hunt syndrome diagnosis and explained that half of his face was temporarily paralyzed. He apologized for having to cancel his upcoming performances, but revealed it was getting harder and harder to eat because the virus damaged the nerves in his ears and face.
Hailey shared the news of her hospitalization in a similar way. After being rushed to the hospital in April, she revealed a YouTube video that she had had a mini-stroke due to a small hole in her heart.
I had a small blood clot that went through a hole in my heart that I was born with that never closed, and went to my brain. I never knew I had a hole in my heart, so it was really a blessing in disguise because then I found out about it and I had a procedure to close it. So now I have a device in my heart forever”.
“He is doing very well. He is getting better every day. “- #HaileyBieber husband update @Justin Bieber after he revealed his diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt syndrome. https://t.co/VHmQuoUers pic.twitter.com/Ou2IEqsHhf
– Good Morning America (@GMA) June 15, 2022
Hailey appears to be recovering well, and while Justin hasn’t revealed the length of his recovery, his wife told GMA he’s “fine”.
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