Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth NOT Ready To “Start A Family In 2018,” Despite Reports

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Miley Cyrus Liam Hemsworth Family 2018

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Multiple outlets are claiming Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are ready to “start a family in 2018.” This all stems from one suspect story in an Australia tabloid. And Gossip Cop can debunk it.

NW is alleging that 2018 will be “the year they start a family” after Cyrus and Hemsworth supposedly agreed during Christmas to “start a family of their own.” A so-called “family friend” is quoted as saying, “They’ve wanted a baby for ages. But now they feel as ready as they’ll ever be.” The supposed source goes on to claim Cyrus “told Liam she’s ready to make getting pregnant a top priority” and he “quickly volunteered” to spend time at home raising the child. These claims, however, were manufactured simply because Cyrus and Hemsworth recently spent time with Victor Ortiz’s son (see photo above).

And the Daily Mail immediately picked up the contentions, announcing on its own site, “Miley and Liam’s baby joy! Engaged couple ‘are starting a family of their own in 2018 as singer, 25, prepares her body for a possible pregnancy.'” Apparently the British tabloid already forgot that it made a similar claim nearly a year ago, announcing back in January, “Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth ‘set to start a family in 2017.'” Gossip Cop has screengrabs of the two suspiciously alike headlines below.

Unsurprisingly, HollywoodLife is also running with these new allegations, declaring, “Liam Hemsworth & Miley Reportedly Ready To Start A Family In 2018: They Feel ‘Ready As Ever.'” Nowhere does the webloid acknowledge that it falsely claimed Cyrus was pregnant last year and again just last month. See screengrabs below.

The blog is only peddling the new contentions because the Daily Mail picked them up. But showing how clueless it is, HollywoodLies, as it’s known, attributes the claims to “Now To Love magazine.” There is no “Now To Love magazine.” Now To Love is actually an Australian website that hosts the online content for a number of Aussie publications, including NW and fellow tabloids Woman’s Day and OK! Australia.

They are all published by Bauer Media, the same company responsible in the U.S. for Life & Style and In Touch. None of these are reputable outlets. In fact, NW is the same tabloid that falsely claimed in November that Cyrus and Hemsworth secretly married back in April. That was made-up, just like its new story about starting a family next year is also made-up. In actuality, Cyrus and Hemsworth have no plans for a wedding and no desire to become parents yet.

The singer herself made that clear in an interview earlier this fall. “I don’t envision marriage,” Cyrus said. “I’m 24. I hope to get to live a little bit more. I have too much living to do.” That applies to motherhood, too.

(Daily Mail)


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