What's happening with Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth? In spite of the fact that the couple revived their relationship in late 2015, it's likely that in two years they might be cancelling their engagement. However, it is difficult to say as their wedding arrangements are speeding up.
What's happening with Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth?
In spite of the fact that the couple revived their relationship in late 2015, it's likely that in two years they might be canceling their engagement. However, it is difficult to say as their wedding arrangements are speeding up.
Miley Cyrus has been seen numerous times wearing the wedding ring which Liam Hemsworth gave her in 2012 – giving the impression that the wedding is near.
There has been no official affirmation on the wedding (or engagement) of Miley and Liam, yet the famous pair is appreciating each other's conversation and is amazingly glad about [being together].
In any case, as per reports on Monday, Hemsworth as of late told magazines that he was not overwhelmed by the marriage issue.
In the meantime, amid a meeting with reporters a few week ago, Cyrus' dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, stayed mum on the couple's potential wedding arrangements.
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"This is what I do know. They're so upbeat. That is the primary concern," Billy Ray said on Cyrus and Hemsworth.
Billy Ray went ahead to uncover that if his girl decides to get hitched, he'll be glad to play a gathering in the wedding.
"On the issue of my children getting married I conclude that they're going to have a wedding of any sort, whatever part they need me to play, I'll be there if you can comprehend what I mean?" he clarified.
"They need me to be the head servant—that is fine. Whatever they pick. I may make a decent minister."
Hemsworth said, "Everybody's upbeat. I'm upbeat. I better believe it."
"I simply think that its less demanding to not discuss my own life on the grounds that more often than not I say the wrong thing, so it winds up simply convoluting things more," he continued. "Along these lines, I sense that it's better not to discuss it."