Since their low key marriage at the end of December, Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus have quietly become a bit of a Hollywood power couple.
After tying the knot, it seems the young pair are more in love than ever, and you can see it in the way they talk about one another.
Liam Hemsworth recently appeared on Live With Kelly And Ryan, where he revealed Miley had secretly taken his last name, even though he never asked her to.
The 29-year-old actor welled up (kind of), as he recounted the story, saying ‘Miley Ray Hemsworth now, actually’, when host Kelly called her Miley Ray Cyrus.
She’ll still be obviously known as Miley Cyrus but she took my name which is great. That was honestly one of the best things about it.
I didn’t ask her to take my name but she was like, ‘no, of course I’m taking your name’.
He also added how strange it is to call Miley his wife, saying he’s saved her as ‘wife’ in his phone, adding: ‘The first couple of weeks were really fun to be wife and husband’.
You can watch the moment here:
Miley and Liam’s relationship hasn’t necessarily been smooth sailing, with reports of the couple breaking up and getting back together over the years.
They first met back in 2009 and got engaged in 2012, but broke up the following year. A few years later though, they rekindled their flame and got back together in 2016.
There was a rumour the pair had split up in 2018, with Liam supposedly wanting to settle down and have kids, while Miley was apparently ‘not quite ready’ for that lifestyle.
But clearly the happy couple got through whatever those rumours started from and are now happily married.
Ten years since first meeting on the set of The Last Song, the couple married at their home in Tennessee, just five days after obtaining their marriage licence, according to MailOnline.
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Charlie Cocksedge is a journalist at UNILAD. He graduated from the University of Manchester with an MA in Creative Writing, where he learnt how to write in the third person, before getting his NCTJ. His work has also appeared in such places as The Guardian, PN Review and the bin.