Hailey Bieber, 26, treated her fans to two glorious new Instagram photos of herself on Tuesday. The model was giving off some serious mermaid vibes in an aqua blue and silver feathered halterneck mini dress, in the snaps, and added black heels that tied in the back. She had her hair down to her chin and added matching earrings to the look as she confidently posed on a white armchair.
“and after 🐟🐟🐟,” Hailey captioned the post. She received many compliments from her followers in the comments section. Many of them included red heart emojis to signify their love of the photos and others wrote, “I love you Hailey.”
Before Hailey was impressed with her latest mermaid-inspired photos, she made headlines for sharing an article that talked about the first anniversary of her mini-stroke, which led to her diagnosis of PFO (patent foramen ovale). ) and how it changed. his life. “Can’t believe it’s been 1 year since I suffered a mini-stroke that led to my diagnosis of FOP,” she wrote. “As this is a year after such a life-changing event, I wanted to share all the information I’ve learned about FOP and share resources for donating.”
Hailey went on to describe her diagnosis of FOP, which is a “hole in the heart that didn’t close after birth,” according to the Mayo Clinic, in the 12-minute video included in the post. She explained that her arm went numb during the mini-stroke and that caused her and her husband justin bieber eventually called 911. Her doctors closed the PFO and she has since made a full recovery.
“The biggest thing I feel is that I feel really relieved that we were able to figure it all out, that we were able to shut it down, that I’ll be able to get out of this really scary situation and live my life,” she said. .
Ahead of her birthday post, Hailey opened up about how being diagnosed with a mini-stroke and FOP affected her mental health. “I struggled with a lot of anxiety afterwards,” she said in an interview on The fashion show with Vogue podcast. “I struggled with a bit of PTSD [Post Traumatic Stress Disorder] just like the fear of maybe it was going to happen again. It was just a feeling that I was, like, I don’t ever want to go through this again. I mean, it was so terrifying, so shocking, so disconcerting in every way you can imagine.
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