Justin Bieber and his wife, Hailey Bieber On Monday, visited French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron, in the president’s Elysee Palace office, and the four of them created a gorgeous photo. However, their fans were very disappointed by her ab-baring cutout, calling it “improper,” “disrespectful,” “classless,” and “disgusting.” The photo that was shared received over 5 million likes and a slew of heart and fire emojis from followers, others believed the pair’s outfits were “inappropriate” for the formal encounter.
The couple headed out on Monday, June 21, for a visit with French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, First Lady Brigitte Macron. She wore a beige LaQuan Smith dress, FEMME lace-up shoes, The Attico’s square-frame sunglasses, and a structured purse from Little Liffner for the occasion, of course. During this meeting with France’s president, Hailey and Justin Bieber have been chastised for “not dressed correctly.”
Comments received from disappointed fans
Although the couples are admired by their fans as Justin Bieber astonished his followers with a new Instagram image in which he dressed up in a formal avatar alongside wife Hailey Baldwin and photographed with French President Emmanuel Macron.
“Didn’t anyone advise this young lady how to dress appropriately for the occasion?” Someone tweeted, while someone else remarked, “Her clothing is fantastic. I’m not a pervert, but meeting the president and his wife is inappropriate.”
One user wrote on Bieber’s Instagram, “Wifey’s lovely and everything but should have dressed for the occasion.”
Another person inquired, “Can someone inform the Biebers that this is a government event?”
Purpose Of Meeting the President
Though it’s unknown why the singer and supermodel met with the Macrons, Monday was Fête de la Musique, or Music Day, in France, which included concerts and crowds at the Presidential Palace. Citizens of a city or nation are permitted and encouraged to perform music outside in their neighborhoods, public areas, and parks on Music Day. Free concerts are also held when musicians perform for the joy of it rather than for a fee.