• Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin shared photos of them with the singer’s niece, Iris
  • Sources claim that Bieber and Baldwin have been talking about having kids
  • The model said earlier this month that they didn't “make any babies” amid the quarantine 

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson predicts that Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin will have their own bundle of joy next year after seeing the "Yummy" singer's post on social media.

Bieber took to Instagram and shared a photo of him carrying his niece, iris. In the snap, the "Sorry" singer goes topless and wears a blue cap and black face mask while holding Iris in his arms.

"My baby niece iris .. scroll through and whiteness the most squishy cute gumdrop ever!! Love you @alaiabaldwin and @andrewaronow ! She’s so precious!" Bieber wrote in the caption.

The Rock saw Bieber's post and approved of the singer becoming a dad.

"This image pretty much seals the deal," Johnson commented. "Fully expect you and H to have a baby in 2021."

Baldwin also shared a snap of her cuddling the baby in her Instagram Story. She captioned the post with "Aunties girl" with a smiley.

Baldwin is fond of kids. In fact, in an interview with Vogue Arabia in 2018, she admitted that she couldn't wait to have her own brood.

"I love kids and I can’t wait to have my own," Baldwin said.

"I would say now that’s a closer reality."

Another source also told Us Weekly that the couple has been "talking more and more about wanting to start a family together."

"Having kids in the near future has become a very real conversation between them," the source added.

“They’re both super family-oriented and are excited about the next chapter of their lives together,” a different insider shared.

While Baldwin and Bieber seem to love kids, they are actually not in a rush. Earlier this month, the model said they haven't "made any babies" amid the quarantine.

"We didn’t make any babies, so that’s that. Honestly, I really do think we’ve enjoyed this time," Baldwin said while promoting "Justin Bieber: Seasons" during PaleyFest LA presented by The Paley Center for Media on Aug. 7.

"Even through the quarantine, we’re still pretty newly married. We’ve just been … getting to know each other deeper. We’ve been having a really fun summer, regardless of everything that’s been going on."

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, pictured at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Rampage" at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, April 4, 2018. Getty Images/Kevin Winter