Liam Hemsworth, 22, and Miley Cyrus, 19, are engaged. Publicity photo via Cyrus fan site.
Miley Cyrus, mostly known for her Disney role as the undercover pop star Hannah Montana, which spawned millions of tween fans the world over, has announced that she’s getting married to Australian born actor Liam Hemsworth. Cyrus, 19, has been dating her fiance Hemsworth, 22, for three years and now People Magazine reports that the pair got engaged on May 31. Hemsworth reportedly popped the question with a 3.5 carat diamond. Hemsworth, an actor, is slated to appear in the second installment of Hunger Games, where he will continue to assume the role of Gale, Katniss’ love interest.
Cyrus is reportedly working on an upcoming studio release while Hemsworth is busy with multiple projects including the filming of Empire State, a drama about two friends who plan to rob an armored car depository. The film also stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Emma Roberts, Julia Robert’s niece and another film, Paranoia, co-staring Harrison Ford.
Cyrus told People Magazine, “I’m so happy to be engaged and look forward to a life of happiness with Liam.”
People magazine has captured the essence of the pairs affection over the years by publishing numerous displays of public affection from every corner of the world.
Cyrus also told People, “I think we’re both deeper than normal people — what they think and how they they feel. He’s very grateful for what he has, but he doesn’t let it go tho is head. I’m like that too.”
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