Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth not in any rush to start a family
Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 29 (ANI): Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, who just tied the knot, are happier than ever but are not in a rush to start a family. "They both love kids, but they're not in a rush to start a family," a source told People exclusively about the couple. Hemsworth and Cyrus adore Hemsworth's older brother Chris' daughter India Rose Hemsworth (6) and 4-year-old twins sons Tristan and Sasha Hemsworth (which he shares with actor and wife Elsa Pataky) but for now, they're happy just being aunt and uncle. "We love it because she's just so creative. So any moment, on any circumstance, she actually just writes a song, so we love her, and having her around is fun. She's amazing and my kids love her, and she has an amazing voice," Pataky told ET earlier this year. Cyrus confirmed on Wednesday, through her Instagram posts, that she and Hemsworth tied the knot in a secret ceremony at her home in Franklin, Tennessee on December 23. "They always wanted a small, private celebration with family and close friends and that's what they got. Miley seems ecstatic. She loves her Tennessee home and was very happy about having the ceremony there," another insider shared previously. The pictures shared by Cyrus showed the newlyweds hugging and adoring each other. "10 years later..." she captioned a cute photo. In another snap, they shared a kiss in what Cyrus called "probably our one - millionth kiss." For the wedding, the 28-year-old actor donned a cut black suit and black tie, giving his outfit a casual spin by wearing white Vans shoes while Cyrus looked beautiful in an elegant white Vivienne Westwood dress. The couple first met on the sets of the movie 'The Last Song' in 2008. After dating on and off for many years, Hemsworth popped the big question for the second time in 2016.