Christmas is a time of year that many people find to be magical. It isn’t just the music, the gifts in the family, it’s the opportunity for people everywhere to celebrate the holiday. Celebrities also get in on the act, leaving the spotlight for a moment and spending some time away if at all possible. Christmas may provide them with one of the biggest gifts they could ever hope for, privacy.
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus seem to have taken advantage of that holiday privacy. As you can imagine, the paparazzi are never far behind when they are moving about, so their dating has been rather public. There has also been a lot of speculation as to whether they were going to get married and one of their acquaintances may have just spilled the beans on Instagram. It seems as if Christmas 2018 was the right time for Cyrus and Hemsworth to get married.
Conrad Carr went on Instagram to post a video and photo story. It showed the couple cutting a cake while holding a knife together. They were dressed formally and both Chris and Lou, Liam’s brothers are there. If you look closely in the background, you can even see balloons that read ‘Mr’ and ‘Mrs’.
This may provide further proof of what was already told by someone who was close to the couple:
“[Miley] and Liam feel like their engagement has gone on forever and they both decided, at the same time, it was time to wed already … They got back together after their big break-up by hanging out in Byron Bay with Chris and Elsa, and Miley feels like it would be good luck in their marriage if they married there.”
Miley was also rather open with a TMI Instagram picture and story. She revealed something rather private about her man and a raunchy image: “Good d*ck game, empathy, height about 5’9, no hoes and common sense.” Miley then wraps things up by saying: “Mine does! Don’t give up!”
The couple also had their problems this past year. They lost their home in the United States due to the California wildfires. Miley had the following to say in a recent interview: “Liam posted on his social these love letters that were physically left at our house. We had these big gorgeous letters that said ‘love’ when you drove up to our house and they actually made it through the fire … and that’s literally and physically all that’s left so I felt that was really poetic. You can always rebuild a physical structure, but that love that can’t be destroyed is always there and always stayed strong so that gave me a lot of light during a dark time.”
Did they really tie the knot? I guess time will tell.