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Nobody's perfect, but Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's wedding might have been. The singer just shared a handful of photos to Instagram, apparently confirming her marriage to her longtime love.
In a series of black and white shots, the bride and groom are seen in a close embrace in front of a stunning floral arrangemen. Cyrus is wearing an off the shoulder Vivienne Westwood gown, and tied off her look by wearing her hair down with loose curls. The groom wore a sharp black tux and white Vans for the occasion.
"10 years laterвЂ¦ вЂќ Cyrus captioned one of the shots of her and Hemsworth.
In another post, she posted more photos of the two embracing with the caption "12.23.18"
Cyrus did not officially confirm whether or not the ceremony actually took place, but based on the photos and previous evidence, we have a good feeling their nuptials happened. On Sunday night, a friend of the couple's, Conrad Carr, shared posts to his Instagram story of what appeared to be a wedding celebration. Taken inside Cyrus and Hemsworth's home, one video shows the 28-year-old groom wearing a suit and tie with a boutonniere, participating in a "shotski" with his equally well-dressed brothers. In another shot, massive balloons reading "Mr." and "Mrs." were on display in the background of the footage. Carr shared another shot of the couple cutting a small white cake, where glasses of champagne and another dessert display are seen in the background. Fans also speculated the nuptials after Miley's sister, Noah, shared photos of herself crying on social media.
The couple first met while filming The Last Song together in 2010, and began to date shortly afterwards. In 2012, the Hunger Games actor popped the question, but the two broke off their engagement a year later. In 2016, the two rekindled their romance and a year later, Cyrus confirmed that the two were in fact engaged when she flashed her engagement ring on Instagram in February 2017.