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Justin Bieber Bought A $50,000 Audemars Piguet Watch As A Wedding Present For Himself


Justin Bieber is quite literally taking his 2015 hit Love Yourself: After all, he did it twice down the aisle. The Canadian singer-songwriter has sprinkled a fresh high-end wrist dress up as a wedding present to himself.

Tattooed 25-year-old Hailey Baldwin married his wife and multihyphenate for the 2nd time on Monday–the couple previously we d at the courthouse in New York City in September 2018–and Biebs obviously believed that was reason enough to deal with Swiss luxury watch brand Audemars Piguet’s brand new watch.

In an Instagram article, which was shared just before he entered the aisle, the singer demonstrated his pre-bride purchase next to the title: “Got myself a little wedding present.”

The timepiece is a Piguet Royal Oak Audemars in yellow gold. Royal Oak is commonly seen as one of the most iconic watches in horological history, with an instantly identifiable, distinctive octagonal bezel.

The model first appeared in 1972, with this specific version generated from 1977—with those at home who make the watch about fifteen years older than the Baby Singer, born in 1994.

The timepiece seemed to get the endorsement of Instagram, receiving a total of 1.5 million loves and a lot of remarks from famous people including David Beckham’s son Brooklyn, who wrote “So beautiful mate” and while the price is hard to decide, we think it would be on a par with this royal oak watch that retails for $50,500.

This is a comparatively small purchase according to certain musician norms. Drake recently wore a 15-fold watch— a Richard Mille $750,000 timepiece— in the NBA Finals and he even didn’t tie the knot. However, whatever the quantity, it’s a great way to celebrate a lasting union.

Nikhil Guptahttps://thenikhilgupta.com/
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