Belieb it or not, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have reportedly married just two months after getting engaged.
The couple tied the knot on Thursday in New York City, People was first to report.
“They went ahead and did it without listening to anyone,” an unnamed source told the outlet.
The duo still plan on celebrating the occasion with a “big blowout, in front of God and everyone they love” sometime next year, the People source said, in addition to a possible religious ceremony, which could happen as early as next week in Bieber’s home country of Canada.
Marriage licenses in New York state are valid for up to 60 days beginning 24 hours after being issued, so it’s not entirely clear when the couple first filed the paperwork to be eligible to obtain a marriage certificate.
Representatives for Bieber and Baldwin did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment.
The two, whose first meeting back in 2009 was hilariously captured on video, rekindled their romance this summer. They were first spotted kissing in New York City shortly after the singer’s breakup with Selena Gomez.
Bieber popped the question less than a month later during a romantic trip to the Bahamas, where onlookers spotted the couple packing on the PDA.
Each confirmed the engagement with passionate posts about their love on social media after the news broke.
“My heart is COMPLETELY and FULLY YOURS and I will ALWAYS put you first!” Bieber captioned a black-and-white photo of them kissing. “You are the love of my life Hailey Baldwin and I wouldn’t want to spend it with anybody else.”
Baldwin quickly echoed her new fiancé’s sentiments with a tweet of her own.
“Not sure what I did in life to deserve such happiness but I am so utterly grateful to God for giving me such an incredible person to share my life with,” the 21-year-old wrote.
She’s apparently taken charge of planning the ceremony, revealing in a recent interview that she wants “lights strung everywhere.”
“I think having it in the woods would be so beautiful,” Baldwin told The Cut. “My sister was 24 when she got married, and my parents also got married when they were young, too.”
She added: “I see no reason to wait. When you know it’s right, it’s right.”
This has been updated.