Justin Bieber holds his wife Hailey Bieber close while admiring the artwork at the Accademia Gallery in Florence after his Ramsay Hunt diagnosis

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Justin Bieber wrapped his arms lovingly around his wife Hailey Bieber while visiting the Galleria dell’ Accademia di Firenze, home to the world-famous David statue created by Michelangelo, in Florence, Italy on Monday. 

While admiring some of the most exquisite and priceless masterpieces in the world, the Canadian heartthrob, 28, wrapped his arms around his supermodel spouse, 25, as they explored the museum full of works from artists such as Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Pontormo, Andrea del Sarto, Allessando Allori and Orcagna. 

As he held onto the Rhode founder, the Baby hitmaker looked completely taken aback by the beauty inside the museum as he marveled at various statues and paintings. 

Loved-up display: Justin Bieber wrapped his arms lovingly around his wife Hailey Bieber while visiting the Galleria dell’ Accademia di Firenze, home to the world-famous for the David statue of Michelangelo, in Florence, Italy on Monday

Loved-up display: Justin Bieber wrapped his arms lovingly around his wife Hailey Bieber while visiting the Galleria dell’ Accademia di Firenze, home to the world-famous for the David statue of Michelangelo, in Florence, Italy on Monday

For their fun date, Hailey showcased her toned midriff in a white tank top and matching pair of trousers while her spouse cut a casual figure in a baseball cap, a baggy t-shirt and yellow shorts.  

His outing comes just a day after performing at the Lucca Summer Festival in Lucca, Italy, after postponing 14 dates after he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome.

Upon watching her man get back on stage, Hailey snapped a picture of her man shirtless as he rocked the crowd with the caption: 'One thing I know for certain is you can't keep this guy down.'

Taking in the beauty: While admiring some of the most exquisite and priceless masterpieces in the world, the Canadian heartthrob, 28, wrapped his arms around his supermodel spouse, 25, as they explored the museum full of works from artists such as Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Pontormo, Andrea del Sarto, Allessando Allori and Orcagna

Taking in the beauty: While admiring some of the most exquisite and priceless masterpieces in the world, the Canadian heartthrob, 28, wrapped his arms around his supermodel spouse, 25, as they explored the museum full of works from artists such as Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Pontormo, Andrea del Sarto, Allessando Allori and Orcagna

Exploring: As he held onto the Rhode founder, the Baby hitmaker looked completely taken aback by the beauty inside the museum as he marveled at various statues and paintings

Exploring: As he held onto the Rhode founder, the Baby hitmaker looked completely taken aback by the beauty inside the museum as he marveled at various statues and paintings

So much love: Here the power couple are seen in bed with their dog in an Instagram shared on Tuesday

So much love: Here the power couple are seen in bed with their dog in an Instagram shared on Tuesday

The Peaches hitmaker is set to embark on the European part of his seven-leg/130-date tour, with Australian dates scheduled for the end of the year, after he postponed the gigs when he was stricken with facial paralysis from the syndrome last month. 

While the European leg is due to wrap in Krakow, Poland on March 25, 2023, rescheduled US dates are yet to be announced.

Bieber - who's been recovering in the Bahamas and Coeur d'Alene - revealed on June 10 that the right side of his face was temporarily paralyzed after coming down with the syndrome.

Proud: Hailey Bieber was quite the proud wife on Sunday, as she shared a video of her husband Justin Bieber, 28, resuming his Justice World Tour

Proud: Hailey Bieber was quite the proud wife on Sunday, as she shared a video of her husband Justin Bieber, 28, resuming his Justice World Tour

Still on! The Peaches hitmaker is set to embark on the European part of his seven-leg/130-date tour, after he postponed the gigs when he was stricken with facial paralysis from Ramsay Hunt syndrome last month

Still on! The Peaches hitmaker is set to embark on the European part of his seven-leg/130-date tour, after he postponed the gigs when he was stricken with facial paralysis from Ramsay Hunt syndrome last month

'It is from this virus that attacks the nerve in my ear and my facial nerves, and has caused my face to have paralysis,' the star - who boasts 550.5M social media followers - explained.

'As you can see, this eye is not blinking. I can't smile with this side of my face. This nostril will not move, so there is full paralysis in this side of my face. So for those who are frustrated by my cancellations of the next shows, I'm just physically obviously not capable of doing them.

'This is pretty serious you can see. I wish this wasn't the case but, obviously, my body's telling me I got to slow down. And I hope you guys understand and I'll be using this time to just rest and relax and get back to 100 percent so that I can do what I was born to do. But in the meantime, this ain't it. I gotta go get my rest on so that I can get my face back to where it's supposed to be.'

Six weeks is a remarkable recovery for Justin considering most RHS patients reportedly take five to 12 months to resolve their symptoms, and between 30-70 percent regain most functionality depending on early diagnosis.

'He is doing great!' Bieber's mentor Usher recently told Extra.

Comeback: Bieber - who's been recovering in the Bahamas and Coeur d'Alene - revealed on June 10 that the right side of his face was temporarily paralyzed after coming down with the syndrome

Comeback: Bieber - who's been recovering in the Bahamas and Coeur d'Alene - revealed on June 10 that the right side of his face was temporarily paralyzed after coming down with the syndrome

Postponed: Due to the diagnosis, he was forced to postpone  14 dates to recover from the rare syndrome

Postponed: Due to the diagnosis, he was forced to postpone  14 dates to recover from the rare syndrome

'Seeing him on vacation [in Idaho], we managed to hang out with each other, and I think that whatever he may be experiencing right now it's actually really great to see that he has the support from his fans and his family.' 

Justin wasn't the only one who suffered a serious health scare this year.  

On March 10 Hailey - whom he's been married to since 2018 - was hospitalized after experiencing stroke-like symptoms related to a blood clot in her brain. 

She later underwent a procedure to fix a hole in her heart, which doctors believed was the cause of the mini-stroke. 

WHAT IS RAMSAY HUNT SYNDROME? THE RARE COMPLICATION OF SHINGLES THAT LEADS TO FACIAL PARALYSIS

Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a complication of shingles, caused by the same virus as chickenpox (VZV), that can lead to facial paralysis.

The virus becomes reactivated after laying dormant for years and causes inflammation and irritation on the facial nerves. 

VZV is harmless unless it is reactivated and should this happen new symptoms will appear. 

The virus can be reactivated when the immune system is weakened, and less able to fight off infection. Stress is often a trigger. 

Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a complication of shingles that can lead to facial paralysis

Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a complication of shingles that can lead to facial paralysis

Figures suggest that five in every 100,000 adults in the US will develop RHS. It poses a similar threat in the UK, according to the NHS. 

Children are rarely affected by RHS, as the complication most often affects adults in their 60s. 

Treatment usually involves antiviral medication. Doctors recommend seeking help within three days of the start of symptoms.

What are the symptoms? 

  • Facial muscles droop
  • Difficulty closing the eye
  • Altered taste
  • Loss of facial expression
  • Difficulty eating, drinking and speaking

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Justin Bieber holds his wife Hailey while admiring the artwork at the Accademia Gallery in Florence

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