Scoop: The Se­crets of Mi­ley Cyrus’ Wed­ding!


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Star has the de­tails on her top se­cret nup­tials.

MI­LEY Cyrus is a mis­sus! The wild-child singer has of­fi­cially set­tled down with Liam Hemsworth af­ter a top- se­cret cer­e­mony on Dec. 23 that the pair seemed to throw to­gether at the last minute. But be­tween the party-store decor and a bri­dal ban­quet of take­out fried chicken, friends and fans are won­der­ing if this was a shot­gun wed­ding! “Mi­ley has al­ways em­pha­sized that she won’t get mar­ried un­til she’s ei­ther plan­ning to have a fam­ily or she’s preg­nant,” says a stunned backup dancer who fre­quently tours with the Han­nah Mon­tana alum. “None of us were even aware she was get­ting mar­ried, and we’re her clos­est friends! I heard talk about a wed­ding about a month ago, but she said it would be closer to the spring or sum­mer. So, ru­mors in our friend cir­cle are that Mi­ley may be prego! If she’s not, and that was her wed­ding, she has a lot of ex­plain­ing to do.” In­deed, the nup­tials seem to have come as a sur­prise even to her fam­ily. Her par­ents, Tish Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus, turned up in jeans and flan­nels, and her sis­ter Noah also seemed caught off-guard, emo­tional in a se­ries of weepy In­sta­gram posts. Liam’s Aussie crew was also ca­sual, with his brothers Chris and Luke don­ning funky Hawai­ian shirts and tak­ing shots to­gether. But Mi­ley, 26, and Liam, 28, who met film­ing The Last Song in 2009, looked ev­ery inch the proper cou­ple: The newly minted Mrs. Hemsworth daz­zled in a silky slip gown, while Liam wore a fes­tive bou­ton­niere and black suit (but did skip the for­mal loafers in fa­vor of crisp white sneak­ers) and cut into a weed-oil-in­fused cake as pink bal­loons spelling out “MR & MRS” bobbed in the back­ground. “Mi­ley and Liam are two peas in a pod,” cooed an­other close friend privy to the de­tails of the se­cret cer­e­mony, which took place at a pri­vate rental prop­erty in Ten­nessee. “They care­fully planned this beau­ti­ful event to avoid any me­dia pres­ence in­ter­fer­ing, and the only guests were very close fam­ily.”

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