After being diagnosed with Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey return to the United States.

Officially returning to the country are Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey. 

The married couple was pictured returning to Los Angeles on Monday after a two-week vacation to the Bahamas following Bieber's diagnosis with Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome, which prompted him to postpone the U.S. leg of his Justice World Tour. 

The 25-year-old Hailey was wearing a black collared leather jacket, a white tank top, glasses, and a bun in her hair as the singer-songwriter, 28, rocked a white hooded sweatshirt, red leggings, a baseball cap, and sunglasses. 

Regarding the model's March ministroke, which was brought on by a blood clot that moved from her heart to her brain, a source close to the couple recently told PEOPLE, "Hailey has been extremely supportive of Justin, just like he supported her with her health concerns. They are indestructible. 

In an Instagram video from earlier this month, Bieber revealed his diagnosis and informed fans that the illness had led to facial paralysis. 

Hello, everybody. I'm Justin. I wanted to provide you guys a status report on the situation. I obviously have Ramsay Hunt syndrome, as you can probably tell by my face, and it is caused by a virus that affects my facial nerves and ear nerves, paralyzing my face, he explained in the film dated June 10. 

Bieber said, "As you can see, this eye is not blinking," before winking his other eye. I am completely paralyzed on this side of my face, and I am unable to smile. This nostril will not move. 

Prior to moving the remaining North American dates, he first postponed two New York City concerts. He also addressed "frustrated" fans in the video. 

He explained, "I'm just physically incapable of executing things. As you can see, this is a serious situation. I wish it weren't the case, but my body is clearly telling me to slow down. I hope you can all understand, and I'll be using this time to rest, relax, and regain my strength so that I can carry out the tasks for which I was designed. 

He attempted a smile and said, "But in the meanwhile." It's not like this. I need to get some rest so that my face can return to its proper position. 

He expressed gratitude to the crowd for their support and promised to "get better." 

Less than a week after publishing the video, Bieber declared the remaining North American dates of his Justice World Tour will be postponed until further notice. 

The remaining US Justice Tour concerts planned for June and early July will be rescheduled due to Justin's ongoing treatment, according to a statement on the Justice World Tour's official Instagram account. 

Bieber "continues to receive the best medical treatment possible, is upbeat about his rehabilitation, and is looking forward to getting back out on the road and performing for his fans overseas later this summer," the statement stated in reference to the "Peaches" singer's health. 

When PEOPLE contacted tour promoter AEG Presents for a statement, they did not answer. 

"With a heavy heart, it saddens us to share this announcement concerning the #justicetour," the post's description stated. We are here to support you always, @justinbieber, and we are sending you tons of love and prayers for a quick recovery. 

The statement states that information on the new U.S. dates would be made public shortly. 

D. Kambouris/Getty Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber 

Hailey said that she and Bieber are now "closer than ever" when promoting her new skincare product Rhode on Live with Kelly and Ryan on June 15. 

She remarked, "I think honestly that what I went through and what he went through truly connects you. 

Hailey also reassured fans that Justin Bieber is recovering during her outing. 

He will be completely fine, she assured. "This is simply a pretty strange, out of the blue situation."


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