Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are apparently getting married in Australia, and they are also ready to move Down Under, permanently! At this point, it appears that everyone is packing their expensive clothes, shoes, and bags to go to Australia. Just days after it was revealed that Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are eyeing a home in the Lucky Country, sources have confirmed that Cyrus and Hemsworth are doing the same. A spy spoke to OK! magazine saying after dating on and off for several years and getting engaged to each other twice; they have settled on a wedding date and even a location.
The lovers have picked the idyllic Seven Mile Beach, located in Byron Bay, which is a beautiful town in the southeast of Australia. According to the person, Cyrus and spotted a stunning mansion in the area, which they plan to purchase.
They will have the wedding ceremony at home. The estate is located just walking distance from Liam Hemsworth’s brother Chris and his wife, Elsa Pataky. The young Hollywood couple has become great friends with Elsa and Chris and wants to be close to them. The 12,000 square estate, which is priced at $4.5 million, is called Ardeevin and has a fantastic view of the ocean.
The four bedroom, three bathroom home is surrounded by luscious and untouched forest. It is being claimed that Chris and Elsa are the ones, who spotted the home and convinced Miley and Liam to purchase it. The sources said that Miss Cyrus is so serious about moving to Australia that she is trying to land a gig as a coach on “The Voice Australia.”
The former wild child is currently working on the USA version of “The Voice” as a coach. The source claimed that Cyrus has only spoken to her close family and friends about the wedding ceremony and is keeping it all a secret. The source said: ”They’re getting married on the beach, Miley’s usually really open, but this is one thing she’s being secretive about. She doesn’t want any of the details getting out.”
The insider added: “She’s sworn her family to secrecy. They’ve all made a pact not to say anything.”