Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth Wedding Still On: Pair Want A ‘Family-Oriented’ Wedding
It seems as if Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have finally decided on the type of wedding they want, and it could come as a surprise to many Miley Cyrus fans.
Admittedly, Cyrus is known for her wild fashion and her outrageous behavior, but when it comes to marrying her on-again-off-again beau, Miley wants to do things the “traditional” way. According to an unnamed source for Hollywood Life, Miley wants the same thing many little girls dream of in a wedding.
“She wants the flowing white dress, she wants the ceremony to be big and very family oriented and she also wants to go through all the traditional wedding happenings that people are familiar with, since she knows that will make Liam very happy.”
The exclusive report from Hollywood Life comes just days after some questioned whether Miley and Liam would get married at all. According to a Us Weekly report, Miley is “erratic” when it comes to wedding planning, and some reports were questioning whether the marriage would actually happen.
“[Miley] is still erratic with her decision-making.”
The Us Weekly report went on to assure fans that the Miley and Liam wedding was still in the works, even if a few of the details had changed.
Originally, Hemsworth and Cyrus had planned to get married during the summer in a small, intimate ceremony in Australia before they jetted off on a honeymoon to Bora Bora. The Us Weekly report indicated that Miley had canceled the honeymoon simply because she “just decided she didn’t want to go there anymore. They have yet to pick a new locale.”
— People Magazine (@people) August 25, 2016
Now instead of a small summer wedding, Miley and Liam are planning on a large fall wedding, a source told Hollywood Life — but that doesn’t necessarily mean the wedding is coming this fall, the source added.
“As much as they both want it to happen soon, this year doesn’t appear to be the time for it to happen.”
The Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth wedding is a long time in the making, so waiting a little while longer probably doesn’t seem like that big of a deal to the lovebirds, who were recently spotted at a birthday party for Hemsworth’s sister-in-law, Samantha, and the pair appeared to be having a blast.
Miley and Liam first met in 2009 when they were filming on the set of The Last Song, but it wasn’t until nearly a year later that the pair confirmed their relationship when they made their red carpet debut at an Oscars event. Just a few short months later, in August of 2010, Miley and Liam reportedly split due to the stresses of Miley’s work schedule.
Hemsworth and Cyrus were spotted together a few times over the next few months, but it wasn’t until April of 2011 that the pair confirmed that they were back “on” — albeit, “taking it slow and just enjoying each others company,” according to E! Online.
— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) August 21, 2016
By March of 2012, rumors had begun to fly that Miley and Liam were engaged after Cyrus was spotted with a special-looking ring on her ring finger. In November of the same year, Cyrus appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and told DeGeneres that her wedding “has to be perfect” and “has to be like a soundtrack in a movie.”
Even then, Miley knew that planning her wedding would take quite a bit of effort, it seems.
And then, it seemed as if it would never happen. Rumors began to fly that Miley may have cheated on Liam, and by September of 2013 the pair had called off their engagement.
— Trending News Post (@trendingnewsf4f) August 26, 2016
The pair went on to date other people and spend quite a bit of time apart before Miley surfaced in photos in Australia in January with none other than Liam and his family. The wedding, it appeared, was back on — something the two later confirmed in interviews.
Clearly, the two have been through a lot to get to where they are today, so who is to blame if Miley wants her wedding to be a perfect, over-the-top, family-oriented event?
Do you think Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth belong together? Why or why not?
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