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'I'm not married yet!': Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber are pictured in New York after denying courthouse wedding... but keep quiet on rumors of impending ceremony in Canada

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'I'm not married yet!': Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber are pictured in New York after denying courthouse wedding... but keep quiet on rumors of impending ceremony in Canada © Getty 'I'm not married yet!': Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber are pictured in New York after denying courthouse wedding... but keep quiet on rumors of impending ceremony in Canada Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber left her Brooklyn apartment holding hands on Friday as the model spoke out to deny that they've already tied the knot.

The outing came after the duo were seen at a New York City court house on Thursday, going in front of a judge and sparking speculation that they are already legally married.

But the 21-year-old blonde beauty took to Twitter on Friday to say, 'I understand where the speculation is coming from, but I'm not married yet!' 

And as they stepped out on Friday there were no wedding bands to be seen. 

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It is now rumored that the couple, who started dating in June, will have a big ceremony in Canada next week.  

People had reported that the couple had already tied the knot inside the court house with the help of a judge, ahead of throwing a party at a later date.

a group of people posing for the camera: Wed? Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber stepped out on Friday amid rumors they are already married. Hailey had tweeted during the day 'I'm not married yet!' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Wed? Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber stepped out on Friday amid rumors they are already married. Hailey had tweeted during the day 'I'm not married yet!' And despite Hailey's denial that they are already wed, People claims via sources connected to the couple, that it's simply the case that the Tommy Hilfiger model doesn't consider herself officially married yet.

A source said Hailey 'feels a civil ceremony and their 'real' wedding are two separate things.

'What happened at the courthouse is a courthouse thing — a legal thing. But marriage is two people making a vow before God and the people they love.' they added.

Hold on folks: The 21-year-old blonde beauty took to Twitter on Friday to say, 'I understand where the speculation is coming from, but I'm not married yet!' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Hold on folks: The 21-year-old blonde beauty took to Twitter on Friday to say, 'I understand where the speculation is coming from, but I'm not married yet!'

The website had earlier reported that the couple made it legal on Thursday at the courthouse, which was first reported by TMZ.

'They went ahead and did it without listening to anyone,' a source close told the site.

The People source also said that they will have a wedding party later.

'They’re going to have a big blowout, in front of God and everyone they love,' said the insider, who has been called 'a religious source.' 

a large building: Where they tied the knot: The exterior of the Manhattan City Clerks Office where they became man and wife © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Where they tied the knot: The exterior of the Manhattan City Clerks Office where they became man and wife TMZ claims they will throw their wedding bash at the $5m mansion in Ontario, Canada he purchased this summer. It has four-bedrooms featuring a private equestrian facility with stables and a 5/8 mile race track.

A source added to the site that last month they had pushed their wedding to 2019 but they later had a 'change of heart' and want to marry in mid September.

TMZ also said Justin was 'emotional' when he got his marriage license.

a small clock tower in front of a house: Party place: They will likely throw their wedding bash at the $5m mansion in Ontario, Canada he purchased this summer. It has four-bedrooms featuring a private equestrian facility with stables and a 5/8 mile race track © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Party place: They will likely throw their wedding bash at the $5m mansion in Ontario, Canada he purchased this summer. It has four-bedrooms featuring a private equestrian facility with stables and a 5/8 mile race track The Sorry singer was overheard saying in the court house through tears, 'I can't wait to marry you, baby.' 

It was added by a source: 'Justin said to a court official, "Thanks for keeping it on the DL."' 

According to New York State requirements a marriage license 'is valid for 60 calendar days, beginning the day after it is issued.'   

a boy sitting on a boat: Not a shotgun wedding: The rush to marry was not because she is expecting his baby, but rather because they simply wanted to, said a source; seen in August in Canada, where he bought a mansion recently © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Not a shotgun wedding: The rush to marry was not because she is expecting his baby, but rather because they simply wanted to, said a source; seen in August in Canada, where he bought a mansion recently On September 10, Justin was seen with her father Stephen Baldwin; they were likely talking over the ceremony.

The Canadian crooner and the Arizona-born beauty - who got engaged on July 7 - previously dated off/on in 2015 and 2016, but they've been inseparable ever since June.

Eyebrows raised at the Hillsong Church duo (who first met in 2009) considering Justin only split from his on/off girlfriend since 2010, pop diva Selena Gomez, six months ago. 

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Now that the two are reportedly married, they will likely settle down. 

'Justin wants to make his full-time home in Canada,' a source told Us Weekly on Wednesday.

'He needs to get out of the L.A., NYC scene. He's trying to climatize what a normal life should look like. He feels most at peace at home.' 


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