If you're a big a star as Hailey Baldwin Bieber, you're probably no stranger to paparazzi hounding you relentlessly. On that note, while it ain't news that she and husband Justin Bieber finally had their long-awaited church ceremony on September 30, 2019 (the pair tied the knot in a New York courthouse the previous year), what is news is that it's been days and there are miraculously no clear snaps of Hailey's dress yet...and she has her hilariously extreme measures to thank. Check out how she hid her wedding look from spying eyes:

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To prevent helicopter-taken photos of her bridal gown predictably spreading like wildfire, she walked to the chapel under an actual tent carried by bodyguards. Genius, and so, so funny.

What we do know for sure is that Hailey wore at least three frocks throughout the festivities. Pictured above is a dress she wore to the reception.

She was also photographed in a different look, this time in a simple but stunning slip dress.

For the rehearsal dinner. she wore an off-shoulder custom Vivienne Westwood number paired with beribboned Manolo Blahnik sandals, a stunning diamond Messika necklace, and an adorable Jennifer Behr satin hair bow.

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