Liam Hemsworth says he ‘felt like it was time’ to tie the knot with his longtime love, Miley Cyrus, after a decade together.
‘We’ve been through so much together over the last 10 years, so [I] felt like it was time,’ the Melbourne, Australia native, 29, told Sunday TODAY in a chat released Friday. ‘I feel really happy and really fortunate to be with such a great person.’
He said ‘it was a really special day’ in Nashville, Tennessee on December 23 when they married, as ‘it was pretty much just immediate family’ on hand for the wedding.
The latest: Liam Hemsworth, 29, said he ‘felt like it was time’ to tie the knot with his longtime love, Miley Cyrus, after a decade together in a chat with Sunday TODAY
Wrecking Ball artist MIley, 26, took to social media on Thursday with new shots from her wedding to Liam, calling him, ‘My Valentine every single day.
Alongside another shot, she wrote to her spouse: ‘Thank you for always bending down to hug me … I promise I will always meet you in the middle on my tippiest toes! I love you Valentine!’
Gratitude: Liam said he feels ‘really happy and really fortunate to be with such a great person’
Up-to-date: The actor chat with Willie Geist about his celebrity marriage in the chat . Speculation: Liam said the couple had seen many a speculative story about their wedding before actually tying the knot for real
Looking back: Liam said he and Miley have ‘been through so much together’
Hemswoth, appearing on Live With Kelly and Ryan last week, said that the We Can’t Stop singer insisted to take his last name upon exchanging vows.
‘She will still be obviously known as Miley Cyrus, but she took my name, which is great,’ he said. ‘That was honestly one of the best things about it. I didn’t ask her to take my name, but she was like, “No, of course I’m taking your name.”‘
Liam appears in the new comedy Isn’t It Romantic with Rebel Wilson, which is in theaters now.
Big day: The Wrecking Ball artist took to social media Thursday with shots from the wedding
Height differential: Miley wrote to Liam, ‘Thank you for always bending down to hug me’