As many will know, despite America heading to the polls on Tuesday (November 3), we still don't know who is president of the United States. Joe Biden has forecasted that he will win, but so too has Donald Trump - who is trying to halt the remaining counting of votes in various states and claiming voter fraud, without offering any evidence.
So, for Americans in particular, there is a lot going on.
Which is why the model took it upon herself to shut down a speculative story claiming she was pregnant before it was even published.
According to Mrs Bieber, American magazine US Weekly were preparing to run a story falsely claiming she was expecting her first child with husband Justin Bieber.
'Since I know you guys were about to break your lil story... I'm not pregnant,' Bieber spelled out.
'So please stop writing false stories from your "sources" and focus on what's important aka the election,' she summarised.
Sadly, as with many women in the public eye, this isn't the first time the model has had to shut down unwarranted speculation about her body and fertility.
Last year, around the Thanksgiving period, Bieber responded to a photograph circulating of her with her hand over her stomach saying, 'The internet is funny! No I'm not pregnant, I just really love food.'
ELLE UK has reached out to US Weekly for comment.
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