It’s safe to say that Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are total relationship goals. They started dating in June 2018, got engaged one month later and married that September, and since then, they’ve been as happy as could be together!

But wait, when exactly did they meet? How did they go from best friends to soulmates? What was their wedding like? And are they talking about having a baby together any time soon? Not to worry, you guys, because we went ahead and recapped their entire love story from start to finish for you. Here’s a complete timeline of their relationship…

It All Started In 2009

Let’s go all the way back to 2009 — more than two decades ago. Yep, the two stars met in 2009 backstage at the Today Show, after they were introduced by Baldwin’s dad, Stephen Baldwin. And despite rumors that she was a big fan of his at the time, the model later cleared these up to Vogue Magazine.

“I was never a superfan, of him or of anyone,” she explained. “It was never that crazed, screaming thing. I didn’t think about it in any kind of way except for the fact that he was cute. Everybody had a crush on him. But for the first few years we had a weird age gap.”

But They Didn’t Get Close Until Late 2014

They hung out one time between 2009 and 2014 — when Baldwin attended Bieber’s Never Say Never movie premiere with her dad — but it wasn’t until late 2014 that they started to get close. At the time, the singer was spending a lot of time with Kendall Jenner, and when Jenner invited Baldwin to come to a church event with her and Bieber, they hit it off.

“One day Justin walked into Hillsong [church] and was like, ‘Hey, you got older.’ I was like, ‘Yeah, what’s up?’” Baldwin explained to Vogue. “Over time he became my best guy friend. I was running around with him as his homie, but we weren’t hanging out [romantically].”

After that, they became inseparable — constantly hanging out and sharing cute pictures together. But when rumors started to swirl that they were more than friends, Bieber quickly shut them down on social media.