Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth Want To Have a Baby Soon
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According to sources Miley Cyrus and fiancé Liam Hemsworth want to have a baby together soon.
Miley Cyrus is ready for bigger changes in her life than just turning blonde. The young singer is ready to be a mom. According to sources, Cyrus and fiancé Liam Hemsworth want to have a baby as soon as possible.
Cyrus and Hensworth announced their engagement in June and ever since their relationship has been making the headlines. Recently rumors were ablaze that Cyrus was breaking up the engagement and calling off the wedding. Her new tattoo and tweets that followed only added fuel to the fire. However, all rumors were but to rest after sources close to the couple claim that the two are already talking about some serious family planning.
According to the source, Cyrus is more excited about planning her pregnancy than the wedding. "Miley and Liam really want to have a baby quickly," a source close to the Cyrus family told Us Weekly, explaining that the couple is motivated by the fact that Liam's older brother, Chris Hemsworth, recently became a new dad. The 28-year-old "Thor" star and his wife, Elsa Pataky, welcomed their daughter, India in May 2012.
Word also has it that the reason why Cyrus is desperate to get pregnant soon is because she wants the age difference to be very small between her child and India.
Cyrus and Hensworth's relationship has been under much speculation, especially after the engagement. While some speculated that the two were planning to get married a week after the engagement, others believed the reason for the engagement was because Cyrus was pregnant. However, pictures of Cyrus's slender body posted all over the Internet put an end to all pregnancy rumors.
The pregnancy rumors got the paparazzi following the 19 year old star even more and Cyrus took to her twitter account to voice her opinion. She tweeted, "I hate paparazzi with a passion. disgusting pigs. (no offense to pigs)"
Cyrus tweeting Sunday, once again about how annoying the paparazzi could get saying, "How is it legal for men I've never seen before to sit in front of my house and then follow me around! So shady and scary."
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Jul 21, 2012 05:06 AM EDT