Actors and on and off couple Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are in no rush to tie the knot.
Contrary to reports that the two are busy preparing their highly-anticipated wedding, Miley's sister Noah Cyrus says that there no planning on the same, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Noah told Life & Style magazine: "There's not any planning going on right now."
While the wedding may not happen in the near future, Noah could already imagine what kind of bride her older sister would be.
"Pretty chill, I'm sure. Miley's a pretty chill person," the 16-year-old said.
"He's (Liam) been in the family for a really long time, so he's like a big brother to me."
Miley and Hemsworth first got engaged in 2012 before they ended their relationship in 2013.
The pair, however, rekindled their romance late last year. Since then, she's been sporting again her engagement ring and has been rumored planning to marry Hemsworth before this year ends.
They were first said to hold their wedding in summer, but they had to postpone it and subsequently canceled their planned honeymoon in Bora Bora because Miley "is still very erratic with her decision-making." Rumors then emerged suggesting that they would get married this fall.
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