‘Crown Prince of Cool’ Justin Bieber and his family are leaving LA for a week-long stay in Rome

A group of Justin Bieber’s family have been invited to stay in Italy for a month, as the pop star embarks on a year-long trip to the Vatican, his agent says.

The papal visit is the first major foreign trip the 21-year-old star has made since he married Canadian model Selena Gomez in April. 

The pop star will spend a week at his Los Angeles mansion on March 27, according to the release from his agent, Brian Grollman.

The group will be in Rome for two days in the early hours of March 29 and then return to Los Angeles, according the release.

The family will have breakfast on March 31. 

In addition to visiting the Vatican for the first time, Justin Bieber will also be in the region for two weeks for a visit to Rome’s St. Peter’s Basilica. 

Bieber has already been in Rome twice before for an Italian wedding, which included an Italian army band. 

“We are thrilled to announce that Justin and Selena will be joining us in Rome on March 28, 2018,” the release said. 

According to Grollmans website, Justin is making a solo visit to the city this week and will be visiting the St. Vincent de Paul Cathedral, where he is celebrating his 30th birthday.

A group of Justin Bieber’s family have been invited to stay in Italy for a month, as the pop star…