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Justin Bieber And Selena Gomez Take The Kids To The Beach, GALLERY



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(Justin’s half-siblings; don’t stress, you didn’t sleep through a whole Selena Gomez pregnancy!)

But the four of them did look super-cute together and it doesn’t take a brain surgeon to then imagine just how amazing these two would look together as parents, playing on the beach with their own kids.

It was Friday when Justin and Selena headed to a Malibu beach with Justin’s half-brother Jaxson (2) and half-sister Jazmyn (4).

From our photo gallery below you can see that a great time was clearly had by all of them.

The four of them headed to Paradise Cove beach and it was Selena Gomez who seemed particularly excited to be spending time with the little ones. As an only child, she’s often talked about wishing she had younger brothers and sisters.

Late last year, she tweeted about being “the happiest girl in the world,” in announcing that her mom Mandy was pregnant. Sadly, Mandy miscarried the baby and Selena was reportedly devastated.

But Selena and Justin were all smiles, playing with the kids of Justin’s dad and his second wife.

Can’t you just picture Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez with children of their own now? Try it out with our photo gallery below.

2 Responses to “Justin Bieber And Selena Gomez Take The Kids To The Beach, GALLERY”

  1. anna says:

    very nice

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  2. Ashley Brockhaus says:

    I think Justin and Selena look really cute together!!! ;-)

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