Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have yet to announce any details about their potential wedding but at the same time, they continue to fuel rumors suggesting they are already married.

According to a new report, Cyrus and Hemsworth recently stepped out in Los Angeles for a romantic dinner date. During the outing, the actor was seen sporting what appeared to be a wedding band on his left hand.

On April 5, the Daily Mail shared photos of the couple making their way out of Nobu restaurant in Malibu in casual attire and at least one piece of suspicious jewelry.

Although Cyrus's hands were out of sight in the photos shared by the outlet, Hemsworth's potential wedding band was on full display as he walked alongside his longtime love in a pair of dark pants and a matching baseball hat.

Miley Cyrus And Liam Hemsworth Are Re-engaged (At Least)

Cyrus and Hemsworth's love story began on the set of The Last Song in 2010 and by 2012, they were engaged. While the couple's relationship seemed to be going well for several months after their engagement, their romance ultimately took a turn for the worse in 2013 as Cyrus's performances became more and more racy, and later that year, they called it quits.

After spending a couple of years apart and dating other people, Cyrus and Hemsworth were spotted back together. In early 2016, Cyrus began stepping out with her engagement ring back on. Since then, rumors have been swirling in regard to a possible secret wedding or plans for a secret wedding in the coming months.

Could Miley Cyrus And Liam Hemsworth Already Be Married?

During a visit to Georgia’s Tybee Island at the end of last year, where Hemsworth was working on the movie Killerman, Cyrus and Hemsworth were rumored to have eloped. 

According to a report by In Touch Weekly, the location is extremely close to the couple's hearts because it is where they first met on the set of The Last Song eight years ago.

“Neither Miley nor Liam planned to get married when she booked the trip to see him, but that all changed once she arrived,” a source explained. “They felt so nostalgic and spent hours reminiscing about old times. They both realized that the island was the ideal setting because it has such sentimental value to them.”