Miley Cyrus & Liam Hemsworth Confirm Wedding Rumors With These Gorgeous Photos

Guys, it’s official! After nearly 10 years, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have finally tied the knot. 

Cyrus seemed to confirm her marriage to Liam Hemsworth on Wednesday, sharing a few black-and-white photos of their intimate ceremony on Instagram and Twitter

In one image, Cyrus, who is dressed in a floor-length white gown, and Hemsworth, who is dressed in a black tux, shared a kiss. The singer captioned the image with “This is probably our one-millionth kiss.” 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This is probably our one - millionth kiss ....

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And in two other photos, the actor has his arms passionately wrapped around Cyrus as the two share an intimate moment in front of what looks to be an altar decorated with roses and other flowers. It also looks as if Hemsworth is wearing what could be a wedding band on his ring finger. Cyrus caption these photos  with “12.23.18.” and “10 years later….” Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, who reportedly designed Cyrus’s dress, is also tagged in the images. 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

12.23.18

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10 years later .....

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Hemsworth shared a similar photo, writing, “My love.”  Cyrus later posted this adorable video of her and Liam dancing to Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson's song Uptown Funk.

While Cyrus and Hemsworth didn’t specifically say that the ceremony took place, her caption of “10 years later….” led fans to believe that this was how the couple decided to announce that they were finally married. 

Speculation about their wedding began on Sunday night after Miley’s younger sister Noah Cyrus shared photos of herself crying. Their friend Conrad Jack Carr also shared photos and videos of the nuptials on his Instagram Story, People reports. The two were in the same attire as the photos above, with balloons in the background that said “Mr.” and “Mrs.” They even appeared to be cutting a wedding cake, with the singer’s mom Tish Cyrus in the background. Some of their family members also seen in Carr’s Instagram Story include Chris Hemsworth, Luke Hemsworth, and Brandi Cyrus. The not-yet-confirmed event took place at the couples home in Franklin, Tennessee, People confirms.

Cyrus and Hemsworth’s relationship has had some ups and downs, including the two breaking up in September of 2013 and then reunited in January of 2016, according to E News. The two first met on the set of the 2010 film The Last Song. 

Furthermore, the two lost their Malibu home in the California wildfires back in November. The couple helped those battling the fires and those affect by donating $500,000 to wildfire recovery, according to Bustle

Whether or not they really did get married, there’s no denying that the two look happy and enjoyed the holidays. Congrats to both of them!