Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth reportedly got married

No swords there

No swords there

Having met almost a decade ago, on the set of their film The Last Song, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have reportedly got married.

The singer took to Instagram on Wednesday, sharing a series of romantic black and white photos with Hemsworth - two days after rumors swirled that the two had officially tied the knot.

The "Hunger Games" actor shared the same kissing photo, which he captioned: "My love [heart emoji]".

"Miley tagged the producer in the post, and the short clip featured Liam filming his wife in her wedding dress as she lip-synced and danced to the track, before he turned the camera and joined in".

The popular couple met nearly a decade ago on the set of their movie The Last Song.

Later, on December 21, Liam was spotted strolling a Nashville shopping centre where he took some more pictures with fans.

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The intimate ceremony looked to only have the couple's immediate family and close friends in attendance.

She added the date "12.23.18" in one of her posts, in which she is wearing a long gown and Hemsworth a suit. In the pictures, Miley and Liam can be seen hugging each other.

The author of the novel The Last Song, Nicholas Sparks, tweeted his congratulations to the couple.

In June 2012, after plenty of speculation, the former "Hannah Montana" star confirmed she and Hemsworth were engaged, telling People she was looking "forward to a life of happiness with Liam". In another photo, Hemsworth's brothers, Chris Hemsworth and Luke Hemsworth, were snapped in front of giant "Mr and Mrs' balloons".

In November, they lost their home in California in the state's devastating wildfires.

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