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Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth "Consider Themselves Already Married"

Does this mean that we won't ever see them tie the knot?

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Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are as committed to each other as two people can be. In fact, they're so committed that they don't even need a wedding to prove it. According to an Us Weekly source, we won't see these two walk down the aisle any time soon (if ever!), since the couple have "zero plans of having an actual wedding."

 

"They consider themselves already married," the insider explained. Apparently, the stars have felt this way ever since they reconciled in early 2016, following a two-year split.

 

The duo may already be living as husband and wife, but they have no plans to start a family right now either, the source revealed. While "a few of their friends have recently had children," Cyrus and Hemsworth are perfectly content with staying a twosome for now. "Miley loves playing with babies but isn't ready to start a family of her own quite yet," the insider explained.

 

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This isn't the first time we've heard that the couple doesn't plan to marry right away. Cyrus told the Australian newspaper The Sun in September 2017 that she doesn't "envision marriage." "I'm 24. I hope I get to live a little bit more. I have too much living to do," she said. That doesn't mean that she and her Hunger Games beau aren't happier than ever. "Three years ago, if you'd asked me if I'd be here, this happy with this man, I'd have been stunned," she explained. "I'm just riding this out."

 

The "Malibu" singer implied that holding off on marriage has actually made her and Hemsworth's relationship that much stronger. "In some relationships, you lose yourself by being with someone else. Actually, it made me find myself more. I have no idea what the next three years will bring, but if it's possible to get even happier, I'll take it," she said.