Singer Miley Cyrus marries Aussie actor Liam Hemsworth in low-key ceremony

Singer Miley Cyrus marries Aussie actor Liam Hemsworth in low-key ceremony

Darren Sullivan
December 29, 2018

In one of three black-and-white images posted to Instagram, Cyrus wrote "this is probably our one-millionth kiss". The 28-year-old Aussie actor donned a beautifully cut black suit and black tie but wore white Vans for shoes.

Cyrus and Hemsworth tied the knot on December 23 during a ceremony at their home in Franklin, Tenn. There were some whispers a year ago that they were secretly planning a wedding but a source close to the couple told TMZ that Miley and Liam had no plans to marry.

Miley Cyrus is dancing away in this cute video from her wedding day.

Miley and Liam took to their official Instagram account and shared pictures of embracing each other with a hug and even sharing a kiss.

"She loves her Tennessee home and was very happy about having the ceremony there", the source shares.

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Camera IconPop star Miley Cyrus and Australian actor Liam Hemsworth have shared photographs of their intimate wedding on social media.

Another picture had the couple dressed in traditional white and a tux, respectively in front of a white cake and cupcakes, with the singer's mother, Tish in the frame.

It wasn't always smooth sailing for the pair with a series of breakups and reunions resulting in their first engagement in 2013. They got engaged again the following year.

During the recent devastating California fires, Hemsworth shared an image of the wreckage of the couple's home was after it was razed.

During their evening out, Miley and Liam were also spotted at Pinewood Social, where visitors can sip cocktails and enjoy ten-pin bowling.

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