Tish Cyrus celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary with husband Billy Ray Cyrus by sharing a snap of their low-key nuptials which – like her daughter Miley – happened age 26 in their Franklin, TN living room.
‘I would definitely say everything has come full circle!’ the now 51-year-old mother-of-five wrote on Instagram Friday.
‘I love u Lovey….. if I had to do it all again, I wouldn’t change a thing #happyanniversary.’
Marriage has been anything but easy for Tish (born Leticia) and the 57-year-old country crooner, who each filed for divorce in 2011 and 2013 before couples therapy rekindled their romance.
‘We both woke up and realized we love each other and decided we want to stay together,’ the four-time Grammy nominee’s rep told Us Weekly back in 2013.
‘Marriage can be really hard especially after 22 years of being in entertainment. We’ve had rough times but we both realized we didn’t want to be another statistic and wanted to make it work.’
The blushing bride and her ‘survival partner’ Liam Hemsworth – who split twice in 2010 and 2013 – tied the knot December 23 at their $5.9M 33-acre, five-bedroom Franklin farmhouse in front of their families.
Miley (born Destiny) wore an $8,600 Vivienne Westwood made-to-order ivory silk satin corseted draped gown while her Australian groom – turning 29 next month – donned a black suit and sneakers.
Cyrus and Hemsworth – whose $2.5M Malibu compound burned down in November – are now rumored to be honeymooning alongside Liam’s big brothers Chris and Luke at a Montana ski resort.
The happy newlyweds first fell in love on the 2009 set of The Last Song, and the Nicholas Sparks rom-com spiked ‘2,000% in streams’ this week on Amazon Prime.
Fans can next catch the Grammy and Golden Globe nominee’s guest stint in the six-episode fifth season of British sci-fi anthology Black Mirror streaming soon on Netflix.
‘I play one character, but I play a lot of different sides of that character and there’s a lot of dimension to it,’ Miley revealed on The Howard Stern Show on December 12.
‘It was the first time I’ve left somewhere feeling really proud of my work…but you know if I like it that might mean it’s horrible.’
The Hunger Games alum next plays Blake in Todd Strauss-Schulson’s concussion rom-com satire Isn’t It Romantic – hitting UK/US theaters February 14 – alongside fellow Aussie Rebel Wilson.