Keeping up with the Biebers? Justin and Hailey Bieber have been spending the past couple of months social distancing in their Ontario home. Now, they're giving fans a glimpse at what married life in Canada looks like for them.
In a new Facebook series called The Biebers on Watch, the couple will be keeping everyone up to date on their daily adventures.
Their first episode, Lake Day with the Biebers, premiered May 4 and gave everyone the inside scoop on what exactly Justin's childhood was like growing up in Canada.
Spending some time on Lake Ontario, where Justin says he spent a lot of days fishing as a kid, the two discussed everything from old memories to the ins and outs of marriage.
They admitted that "It takes a lot of work" to make a marriage work and that after investing so much time into their relationship it pays off to realize how "connected" they are with one another.
During their deep talk, Justin asked his wife specifically, "How do you think you regained that trust and the confidence in me? Because at the time, you know, there was so much hurt and there was so much pain, what got you through that?"
Justin and Hailey briefly dated a few years back, and revealed to Vogue that things back then "did not end well." Hailey told the magazine, "There was a period where if I walked into a room, he would walk out."
However, the two reunited back in 2018 and the rest is history.
Hailey answered Justin's deep question by saying, "I think that one thing that's really important is that from the time where you and I weren't... you know, ended and not on good terms, I was on my own, essentially. I didn't just like, throw myself into a relationship."
She also says that she didn't just, "go search for someone to take your place" or "fill a void."
According to the series synopsis, fans can expect three episodes per week of this intimate look at their life together.
"Justin & Hailey Bieber open up their home and marriage to offer an exclusive look at their life through a series of intimate conversations and activities with famous friends and family. All-new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday."
This isn't the first time Justin has given fans a closer look at his life. Earlier this year the Canadian artist released his YouTube docuseries Seasons that followed his recovery process from addiction and Lyme disease.
You can check out the full first episode below.