Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have been married for months.
The famous couple exchanged vows in a court room last fall and may one day hold a more elaborate and more religious ceremony.
For the most part, the singer and the model have been content to stay out of the spotlight and enjoy their life as husband and wife...
... UNTIL NOW!
The stars just sat down with Vogue for their first-ever joint interview, in which they touched on such personal subjects as God, sex and how God has blessed their sex life.
Scroll down for the most revealing quotes from this cover story.
Let's Get Right to It
Let's talk about sex, shall we? Because Bieber and Baldwin sure did in this candid interview.
Bieber Was Celibate When He Got Back Together with Baldwin
He had taken a break from sex, which he refers to here as a "vice," explaining further: "I think sex can cause a lot of pain. Sometimes people have sex because they don't feel good enough. Because they lack self-worth. Women do that, and guys do that."
Justin Had Been Having A LOT of Sex
But he took a hiatus because "I wanted to rededicate myself to God in that way because I really felt it was better for the condition of my soul," he tells Vogue. "And I believe that God blessed me with Hailey as a result. There are perks. You get rewarded for good behavior."
What Did Justin Think When He Saw Baldwin Last Year?
The pair briefly dated and then split and then: "When I saw her last June, I just forgot how much I loved her and how much I missed her and how much of a positive impact she made on my life," the artist tells Vogue. "I was like, 'Holy cow, this is what I’ve been looking for."
And What Did Baldwin Think of Bieber?
“I was never a superfan, of him or of anyone,” Baldwin told the publication. “It was never that crazed, screaming thing. I didn’t think about it in any kind of way except for the fact that he was cute. Everybody had a crush on him. But for the first few years we had a weird age gap.”
Years Later, They Reconnected And...
... “one day Justin walked into Hillsong [church] and was like, ‘Hey, you got older.’ I was like, ‘Yeah, what’s up?’ Over time he became my best guy friend. I was running around with him as his homie, but we weren’t hanging out [romantically]."