The Truth Behind the ‘Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger Nuptials’

By Florida Mae Acampado | 2 years ago

First comes love then comes marriage. So, has the romance between Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger finally led them to marriage? Let’s see.

Everyone was shocked upon hearing the news of Cyrus allegedly marrying her boyfriend in a secret ceremony earlier this month. The December issue of the Life & Style magazine reported of the couple married in Miami inside the hotel suite of a friend and was presided by a “stripper pal of Miley’s who’s ordained as a minister.”


The tabloid also added that after the said ceremony, the alleged newlyweds boarded a plane on Dec. 6, 2014 to meet up with Cyrus’ childhood friends in Nashville to announce that they eloped the night before.

“Everyone seemed really confused and taken aback about what Miley went on to describe as a ‘private commitment ceremony,'” the insider told the magazine, as published on Gossip Cop.

If the whole world is shocked, probably no less than shocked as Schwarzenegger’s mother, Maria Schriver. Schriver was quite vocal of her not liking Cyrus for her son, thinking that she is a bad influence to him.

Well, she doesn’t need to worry about that score anymore. For Cyrus and Schwarzenegger are not married at all!

A Dec. 17, 2014 article in Gossip Cop bashed Life & Style’s articles on Cyrus, saying that all the news and sources they amassed regarding her are all “bogus cover stories that are lies and tricks.” The article ended with a short statement from a source: “The story is trash.”

As of the moment, no one knows how the story came up. Although, Mirror reported that just the other day, Cyrus was walking along Beverley Hills with Schwarzenegger when she was spotted taking a sneak peek at a wedding gown from a shop they passed by.

Could this sneak peek be taken as a sign that Cyrus is thinking of marriage at this point of her relationship? Post your comments below.

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