Hailey Bieber Covers ‘Vogue Arabia,’ Talks About How Normal She Is While Flashing 10-Carat Engagement Ring

We guess this has kind of become a thing now? Hailey Bieber just got another prestigious Vogue cover that prominently shows off her massive 10-carat engagement ring from Justin Bieber. Previously, Hailey got a cover assignment on Vogue Mexico where she graced the cover with her enormous rock as her co-star. Now, Hailey and her ring are the cover subjects for Vogue Arabia.

We have Hailey’s full covers and some images from her pictorial below.

In her interview, Hailey says that she has always really been a normal and low-key person and that, even today, claims she does not want a lot of attention. “I try my absolute best,” she tells Vogue Arabia “to be removed from the spotlight.”  

She also plays up the angle that she’s just a humble, normal-Jane in another quote from the interview.

I got to have a normal childhood and teenage years. I didn’t start getting recognition on my own until I was around 19 … There are some ‘normal’ things I never did – like go to college – but I do think I was able to learn how to have a schedule, be on time, and be responsible, all because I started working at 17.”

And she also tells the magazine that she doesn’t really like social media any more. “I spend increasingly less time on social media,” Hailey says. “This has helped me balance everything that comes with this life.”

Hmmm. Maybe. But it just seems a little hard to match up the picture that Hailey paints of someone who wants to avoid the spotlight and social media with her own life.

Especially when she flashes her huge diamond ring on the cover of multiple high profile magazines and makes frequent posts to Instagram and Instagram Stories. Or when she goes to professional sports events flaunting her pop star husband’s name and maybe even cyber stalks her husband’s ex on social media fan sites …

But whatever. At least Hailey’s pics are nice.

(Image source: Hailey Bieber and Vogue Arabia Instagram sites)



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