Miley Cyrus & Liam Hemsworth Stage Unofficial Wedding, But Clash Over 'Bizarre' Real Ceremony She Wants

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth surprised everyone (except themselves) by rekindling their romance. Rumors have swirled that the two even secretly had an unofficial marriage ceremony. And now signs that Miley has made herself at home have surfaced, including the sight of a big white horse sculpture and a small Hollywood sign at Hemsworth's Malibu ranch, reported the Daily Mail.

These intriguing garden ornaments have reportedly been moved from Cyrus' home to Liam's backyard. The Hollywood sign resides near an outdoor covered patio, and the horse is on the back lawn. Both items previously were spotted in 2014 in the backyard of a Studio City house where Miley lived.

Miley Cyrus shows her daring in her costume choice.
Miley Cyrus shows her daring in her costume choice. [Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images]

Last month, Cyrus appeared with a U-Haul truck to move her belongings into Hemsworth's home. That move followed the initial reports that Miley and Liam had hooked up again in January. Cyrus was seen flaunting a ring that resembled the sparkler Hemsworth chose for his first proposal to her in 2012.

Cyrus and Liam also celebrated their New Year's holiday as a couple in New South Wales, Australia. But are they actually married?

Miley had an unofficial beach wedding and exchanged vows with Hemsworth during her visit to him over the 2015 winter holiday, according to reports cited by Hollywood Life.

But what Cyrus wants is very different from a quiet, romantic private wedding.

"Miley wants Wayne Coyne to officiate her wedding," a source told Hollywood Life. "[She] wants her wedding to be like a Flaming Lips concert. Liam isn't sure how pleased his conservative family will be with that idea."

But Cyrus loves the idea of a psychedelic wedding.

"The more bizarre, the better," added the source.

Miley Cyrus has dreams of an unusual wedding.
Miley Cyrus has dreams of an unusual wedding. [Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images]

However, that plan isn't going over too well with her boyfriend.

As for details on that unofficial ceremony they already held? Their parents weren't present, but it was still romantic enough to bring both Miley and Liam to tears, revealed a source cited by Fashion & Style.

The private sunset wedding ceremony may not be official, but it felt real enough to Cyrus and Hemsworth to consider themselves married, said the source.

"[Miley and Liam] have told close friends that they're already married. It was a spur-of-the-moment. Now they both refer to each other as 'my wife' or 'my husband,'" revealed the source.

Hemsworth allegedly was the one to come up with the concept of staging a wedding ceremony during the visit from Cyrus in December. Liam felt that her voyage to Australia could be capped perfectly by skipping a lengthy engagement and tying the knot as soon as possible.

"He corralled his brothers and tipped them off that he wanted to stage a surprise ceremony during Miley's visit," added the insider.

With Cyrus on board, Elsa Pataky took on the role of matron of honor. The source described the emotional ceremony.

"Liam choked up as he began describing his love for Miley. Then Miley started crying, too. It was very emotional. Liam asked everyone in his family to [light] a candle... saying it represented the eternal flame of their love."

As for wedding bands? A sign of just how unofficial the ceremony was got revealed when the wedding bands were made from palm fronds. The official wedding is expected to occur in March, according to the insider.

Although they have split before, Hemsworth and Cyrus feel that they're starting again where they ended, a source told Us Weekly.

"Miley and Liam are picking up exactly where they left off," noted the insider.

Cyrus even invested $2.5 million in a Malibu four-bedroom house, which she wants to serve as a home for the couple.

"The plan is for Liam to stay there while they reconnect, and then move in permanently when he's ready," said the source.

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