'Newlyweds' Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth spending time together in Malibu

Cyrus posted a photo with of Leonie Hemsworth, Liam's mom, with Tish Cyrus, her mom with hashtag "inlaws"

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Miley Cyrus is hoping to reunite with Liam Hemsworth Reuters

After the rumours of a secret marriage, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth were spotted together spending some quality time in Malibu, California. The couple was rumoured to have had a a secret wedding ceremony in the New Year.

The relationship of Miley Cyrus and her rumoured husband is going strong and the photos of Cyrus and Hemsworth in Malibu spread on the social media like wildfire. Reportedly, the duo was also seen with some of their friends with whom they had lunch.

The singer was seen in a multihued jacket and a vibrant pink scarf. And, a pair of glasses perched on the top of her head. The American singer-songwriter was not wearing any makeup and tied her hair in a knot.

Whereas, her rumoured husband Liam Hemsworth was seen wearing a grey checkered button-up over his plain white shirt. He was also wearing a light blue knitted hat.

Speculations of their marriage started because they were being spotted together often, recently, talks about of their secret wedding ceremony on New Year's Eve began to rise. It is also rumoured that as the long-time couple officially tied the knot, their closest friends and families attended the ceremony.

However, according to NW Magazine, the duo decided to get married while their families were out for the holidays, in San Diego. A source informed the publication that everything was planned last-minute and on the day of the ceremony, the invitation reached their families and friends.

"Liam's entire family flew over for the holidays and the Cyrus family were in town too. It just seemed like a no-brainer to do it while everyone was together," a source said.

The rumours accelerated when on the night of Jan. 1, Cyrus posted a photo with Leonie Hemsworth, Liam's mom, and Tish Cyrus, her mom, with hashtag "inlaws," Yibada reported.

This article was first published on January 14, 2017