Miley Cyrus Moving To Australia To Start A Family With Liam Hemsworth
Miley Cyrus is allegedly planning a big move to Australia with Liam Hemsworth.
According to a new report by Hollywood Life, Hemsworth is currently trying to convince Cyrus to make a permanent move down under so that he and Miley can marry and start a family on the other side of the world.
“Liam is [convincing] Miley to move permanently to Byron Bay,” an insider close to the couple claimed this week, adding that Cyrus “loves the idea” of starting a new life in Australia with Liam.
Miley and Liam are yet to speak out about the rumors surrounding their romance and alleged move down under, though the source close to Cyrus is claiming that Miley is most definitely on-board to make the move to Hemsworth’s home country.“They have been spending a lot of time [in Australia] and Miley loves it over there,” the site’s insider said, revealing that both Cyrus and Hemsworth love that Australia’s Byron Bay is private, thousands of miles away from Hollywood and a great place to start a family.
“She thinks it is the perfect place to have kids and raise a family, out of the limelight and in paradise,” the source continued of Cyrus’s love affair with Australia, admitting that “Byron Bay is beautiful, comfortable and private, and it has a strong hippy vibe/community, which Miley loves.”
Miley and Liam are also allegedly planning their wedding in the tropical location according to the site, and will more than likely do some real estate shopping while in Australia for their big day.
“After they get hitched down there, Miley and Liam plan on buying a huge place next to Chris [Hemsworth] in Byron Bay and living a peaceful life away from the eyes of Hollywood,” Hollywood Life‘s insider said of the twosome’s Australia plans, suggesting that Cyrus and Liam’s stay could extend beyond their nuptials.The site previously claimed that Liam’s big brother was involved in the couple’s walk down the aisle, revealing that Chris has actually offered to open his home for Liam and Cyrus to hold their upcoming big day.
“Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have been spending a lot of time down under planning their wedding,” a source previously told the site about the couple’s Australia plans, claiming that “Chris has opened his massive home to the pair.”
But while Cyrus and Hemsworth have been seriously tight-lipped ever since rekindling their romance at the start of the year, it’s thought that the alleged impending wedding and big move to Australia could still be a few months away, as Miley is currently scheduled to appear as a coach on Season 11 of The Voice until December, 2017.
However, amid the recent relocation reports, Cyrus and Hemsworth have been spotted in Australia, and particularly the scenic Byron Bay area, on a number of occasions in recent months.
Just Jared reported that Miley and Liam were seen holding hands while getting breakfast at a local restaurant on April 29, just days after PopSugar spotted the twosome grabbing lunch with Hemsworth’s family in the Australian city.It’s also been reported ever since the couple were spotted together at the start of the year that Cyrus is ready to tie the knot with Hemsworth as soon as possible and get to work on starting a family.
Life & Style claimed just days after it was revealed that Cyrus and Hemsworth had rekindled their romance that things were moving fast for the pair.
“They said they were going to move slowly but things are going very fast,” an inside source told the magazine. “They’re already practically living together and Miley has babies on the brain. Miley wants the whole package, the wedding and after that a baby.”
Cyrus’s baby fever was also reported by Hollywood Life, who claimed that Miley has always wanted to be a young mom.
“[Miley’s] ready to prove to Liam that her crazy party days are over, she wants to be a mom,” an insider revealed. “By the time her mom was 25 she had three kids and Miley’s always said she wants to be a young mom too.”
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