Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are a happy, healthy couple.
But fans have begun to worry that, after so many years together, they might never get married.
A new report shares insight on how this power couple really feels.
Entertainment Tonight reports on where Miley and Liam's epic romance is heading.
"Miley and Liam are totally in love," the insider affirms.
That much was extremely obvious, but it's good to start on the same page when you're talking about the odds of a couple tying the knot.
"And," the source continues, they "are so happy living together."
Living together in general, but no longer dwelling at their Malibu mansion of a love-nest.
It was famously destroyed by fire, along with countless homes and hundreds of lives.
Unlike their home and neighborhood, Miley and Liam are doing very well.
But has their engagement moved to something more, perhaps in a private, secret ceremony?
"They are not married," the insider reports.
Numerous anonymous sources have made different, often contraditory claims that the two had or are planning secret nuptials.
Miley and Liam haven't tied the knot, the source says, "but often laugh at the idea that people believe they are secretly wed."
"They refer to each other as husband and wife all he time," the insider says. "And their friends laugh."
Making fun of rumors about you is a very healthy thing to do.
To be clear, though they're happy as they are, it sounds like they'd be thrilled to get married.
Or, at the very least, they haven't ruled it out entirely.
"They do talk about a wedding and kids all the time," the insider dishes.
That sounds very sweet.
"But," the source emphasizes. "They are in no rush."
And why should they be? They're young and wealthy and beautiful.
They also have their careers.
"Miley was so excited to share a preview of her music," Entertainment Tonight reports.
"Miley’s new sound is something a little more organic."
"She loved the pop," the source says of her music career.
Pop music was what made Miley beloved by a mainstream audience. It's the genre that most of us think of when we think of music.
"But," the insider notes. "She went for a more mature sound and sophistication in her new music."
Honestly that doesn't make her new music sound super appealing to some fans, but that's okay.
Miley can make whatever kind of art she likes, and we'll just wait patiently for her to produce more bops at some later date.
In the mean time, she might be short one home, but she and Liam have each other.
(Also, their animals made it to safety -- Miley has something of a menagerie of pets, but none were consumed by the blaze)
Miley doesn't have to rush anything, whether it's her career or her relationship.
So long as they're content where they are, why mess with perfection?
Some fans are simply impatient for a change.
Miley and Liam have been dating for, according ot our records, one thousand years.
(No but seriously, hasn't it been like nine years since they met on the set of The Last Song? That's a century in Hollywood time)
Notably, Miley and Liam have broken up and gotten back together multiple times.
But fans have been rooting with them since the start, and continued to after Miley released her breakup anthem, "Wrecking Ball."
Now that they've been back together for a solid couple of years, people want to know when they'll tie the knot. It's understandable.
But until Miley and Liam themselves know, nobody else will know, either.