Singer Miley Cyrus Shares Photos From Her Vegan Wedding

Vegan power couple, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, treated guests to a plant-based buffet after they tied the knot
Skipping the buffet line (Photo: Instagram)

Celebrity singer Miley Cyrus has shared more photos from her vegan wedding with actor Liam Hemsworth on social media.

'Animal loving husbands are hottest'

The star Instagrammed a picture with her two sisters, Noah, and Brandi Cyrus, eating food from a buffet, captioned: "Best part of bein the bride ..... skippin the buffet lines! Mood forever with Noah Cyrus, Brandi Cyrus. #VeganWedding #HotNonViolentAnimalLovingHusbandsAreHottest"

An anonymous source told US Magazine: "I made vegan truffle mac and cheese, vegan fried chicken, chicken and dumplings, barbecue baked beans, chicken buffalo, egg rolls, Caesar salad, a crudites platter, homemade corn muffins and biscuits with apple butter.

"Dessert was vegan banana pudding and vegan vanilla cupcakes."

The couple, who got married last year in a low key ceremony in Tennessee, have both spoken publicly about veganism.

'I couldn't continue to eat meat'

Liam told Men's Fitness: "After all the information I gathered about the mistreatment of animals, I couldn't continue to eat meat. The more I was aware of, the harder and harder it was to do."

Whilst earlier this year, Miley took to Instagram to spread the vegan message to her 83 million followers, when she posted a picture saying 'you can't say you care about animals if you eat them'.

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Liam is a writer and poet from the north of England. His work has been featured in Gay Times Magazine, Attitude Magazine, Oh Comely, and The Huffington Post. He loves vegan mac and cheese more than anything else in the world.

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