Liam Hemsworth is aware of all the fake rumors about his wife Miley Cyrus getting pregnant. Such gossip has been ongoing for the past five years, even before they even got engaged and married. In a recent interview, the actor opeed up about the impact of such stories and about them having kids in the future.

In a recent interview with GQ Australia, Hemsworth joked about all the rumors about him getting married and getting Cyrus pregnant in the past five years. The actor said that these types of stories had his best friends and even his parents calling and texting him to find out if the rumors were true.

Cyrus and Hemsworth eventually did get married, but they aren’t too keen on starting a family just yet. The actor joked about having too many dogs to take care of for them to bring another baby into the house.

When the time is right, and when they don’t have so many dogs, Hemsworth does plan on having some children with Cyrus. The actor joked about having “10, 15, maybe 20” kids when he and his wife are ready.

Hemsworth also spoke about losing his home in Malibu to the massive fire that spread in the area. The actor explained that one of the reasons they suddenly decided to get married was losing their home. The emotional turmoil that they went through together at that time brought them closer.

Hemsworth confirmed that they did plan to get married eventually, but the fire helped speed up the process. The actor described it has “something really good coming out of a horrible situation.”

Cyrus too echoed the same sentiments in a previous interview with Vanity Fair. She had said at that time that she and Hemsworth decided to get married only after going through the pain of losing their home.

Meanwhile, Hemsworth shared a few pictures of him on Instagram from the GQ photo shoot. He thanked the magazine for the shoot, and for letting him wear “a colorful array of expensive clothing.”

Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth attend the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on March 4, 2018, in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Dia Dipasupil