Just when we put our box of tissues aside after all the beautiful fairy-tale celebrity weddings the secret wedding of singer Miley Cyrus and actor boyfriend Liam Hemsworth started doing the rounds. The speculations about the wedding were rife the couple’s surfer friend Cornard Jack Carr posted a story on Instagram where Liam with his brothers Chris and Luke was seen doing a ‘shotski’ with Mr. and Mrs. balloons in the background, while other photo had the newlyweds in front of cake and cupcakes.
Between all this it was Miley’s social media posts that gave us a head-shod on the wedding which took place on 23 December as a small and intimate ceremony at the couple’s home in Franklin, Tennessee. Even the attendees of the wedding were strictly just family including Mother Tish Cyrus, father Billy Ray Cyrus and Sisters Noah and Brandi.
The Wrecking Ball hit-maker posted a dance video which, we would love to believe, was their first dance on Twitter where she is dancing to Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson’s song ‘Uptown Funk’, she finds it hard to handle the dress while dancing as she shimmied and sang along in her stunning Vivienne Westwood dress. Liam on the other hand donned a stunning cut black suit and black tie and white vans for shoes. Towards the end of her video, the husband then took a breather from filming her and made a cameo while busting out Miley’s signature tongue-out move in front of the camera.
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) December 27, 2018
The love birds first met on the set of The Last Song in 2009 and shortly began dating. In 2012 Liam proposed to his lady love and soon the two got engaged, but the two ended their engagement and broke the year after. The on-again, off-again relationship of the two reconnected again in 2015 and was in full swing when they moved in together in Malibu.
Until recently they both lived in their Malibu home with their seven dogs, two pigs and two miniature horses, which burned down in California wildfires which left them devastated. Post the wildfire incident the couple donated $500,000 to The Malibu Foundation.