Miley Cyrus is married to Liam Hemsworth, ET has learned, and on Wednesday, the "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" singer took to Instagram to share intimate moments from their holiday weekend nuptials. Cyrus is draped in a gorgeous Vivienne Westwood gown in the many black-and-white snaps, while her Hunger Games star beau rocks a dapper suit -- with his wedding band in view -- as the two embrace each other.
"10 years later," Cyrus captioned one of the pictures. Indeed, it has been a long journey to the altar for the couple, who began dating while filming 2010's The Last Song, initially getting engaged in 2012, only to split and then re-commit to each other in 2016.
"12.23.18," Cyrus later added to one of her photos, indicating that the couple tied the knot on Sunday.
Later, the news of Cyrus and Hemsworth's marriage managed to reach The Last Song author, Nicholas Sparks, who tweeted out love for the couple, noting his novel and subsequent movie's connection to the couple's beginnings.
"This makes me so happy. Congratulations @MileyCyrus and @LiamHemsworth. #TheLastSong," Sparks tweeted, which prompted Cyrus to reply with three heart emojis.
Sparks spoke to ET's Katie Krause about the pair in early 2016, not long after they'd re-confirmed their engagement. During the interview, the novelist opened up a little bit about what he felt makes their love so strong.
"[It's] really great to know that, you know, even after the breakup they remained friends," he shared, noting how their amicability after their initial breakup left the door open for them ultimately getting back together. "There's a maturity that speaks to a really wonderful maturity on both their parts."
"I might tend to believe there was a little bit of magic involved," Sparks added.
Congrats to the happy couple!
Recently, Cyrus went on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show, where she opened up about her love with Hemsworth, and all the rumors surrounding their nuptials. Watch the video below for more.