Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus have been on and off for years but are now reportedly set to tie the knot in Byron Bay.
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus have been on and off for years but are now reportedly set to tie the knot in Byron Bay.

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus could marry in Byron Bay

MILEY Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are set to tie the knot in Australia.

The couple - who split in 2013 after three years together - have been spotted looking at wedding venues near to the Hemsworth family home in Byron Bay.

An insider shared: "They were discussing potential venues and looking around."

Whilst another source added to Us Weekly magazine: "Miley's mentioned she's interested in having a bunch of bouncy houses. Like at a carnival!"

And despite Liam recently insisting he is not engaged, the 23-year-old singer has been sporting a ring on her engagement finger since January of this year.

Meanwhile, it was previously claimed that Miley is keen for "everyone to get high" at her wedding.

A source said: "Everyone knows Miley loves to throw an outrageous party and her wedding won't be any different. With weed being decriminalised in California, Miley wants some on every table, as well as a dessert buffet of marijuana edibles. She says her dream would be for everyone to get high together.

"Her dogs are in the bridal party and Miley is even arranging a hen party at the pet spa together. She's specifically requested they are on the table plan for the reception too. They're having a special menu created for them."

And Miley has also enlisted the help of French designer Simon Jacquemus to help her create a "series" of wedding dresses for the big day.

The insider added: "Simon is going to help Miley create a series of quirky outfits. She says there will be five outfit changes throughout the day and pink will definitely be a running theme. Miley is so excited to marry Liam, she wants everything to be fun and perfect. He's much more sensible than Miley, so he might want to veto a few of the ideas."



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