Miley Cyrus' wedding is the gift that keeps on giving. So far, the pop singer and her husband Liam Hemsworth have shared a handful of moments from their private, secret ceremony that took place right before Christmas Eve. Today, though, Cyrus posted an even larger batch of photos, that may as well be their wedding album. Of course, it was all in celebration of Valentine's Day, the one day a year when it's societally acceptable to be overly gushy about your relationship.
"My Valentine every single day ❤️ @liamhemsworth," Cyrus wrote in the caption of the first photo she shared: where she and Liam embraced in a candid moment. She also talked about how supportive Hemsworth is in another post, sharing, "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! @liamhemsworth."
The photos also offered a closer look at her Vivian Westwood dress, their flower-laden wedding cake and the white Vans that Hemsworth wore.
Cyrus and Hemsworth were slow to trickle out wedding photos initially after their surprise ceremony. Though when they made their first red carpet appearance as a married couple in late January, Hemsworth opened up about their wedding calling it a “really nice, beautiful day with our immediate family and a couple of close friends." He also said that even though they're married, their relationship is pretty much the same. “It doesn't feel like a lot's changed—but on the other hand it has!,” he said. “It's wonderful! I'm loving it!”
Cyrus, meanwhile, confirmed that the pair were indeed married with two words, "My love," she wrote on Instagram, sharing their first wedding pic and adding a heart emoji. She also shared a selfie of her and Hemsworth with the caption, "This is probably our one - millionth kiss ...." In the comments, when someone congratulated the singer on marrying "the hottest man [in] Hollywood," she replied, "I knooooowwwww right."
While Cyrus has yet to update her Instagram, she is apparently going by Miley Ray Hemsworth now, as Hemsworth recently revealed. "She will still be, obviously, known as Miley Cyrus, but she took my name, which is great," he said. "I think that was honestly one of the best things about it. I didn't ask her to take my name, and then she was like, 'No, of course I'm taking your name.' I'm like, '[Gasp] that's awesome!'"