Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are not only ready to exchange vows, but they reportedly want to be young parents soon after they wed.
The young couple, who met on the set of their Nicholas Sparks romance The Last Song in 2009, are reportedly excited at the thought of starting a family.
"Miley and Liam really want to have a baby quickly," a Cyrus family source tells Us Weekly.
The Australian heartthrob, 22, is said to be motivated by witnessing his older brother Chris Hemsworth become a father for the first time in May with the arrival of his newborn baby girl, India Rose with wife Elsa Pataky.
Hemsworth and Cyrus, 19, already share custody of their five dogs, and sources say their two families are supportive of the idea of the young actors tying the knot and even becoming parents if that's what they want.
"They are both mature and ready for this," says a source close to the engaged duo, who don't feel too young to marry. "Miley is 19 going on 40."
Cyrus, who said yes to her beau of three years on May 31, isn't shy when it comes to gushing about her blissful love. In late June, Cyrus shared on Twitter: "The weight of the world is too strong. The wait to be yours is to long. In this bed alone I feel to small. I want none if not all."