Miley Cyrus’s ex-fiancé Liam Hemsworth has spoken about his split from the popstar, which took place in 2013.
The ‘Hunger Games’ actor got engaged to Miley - who described him as her “first serious boyfriend” - after three years of dating in June 2012, though just a year later the pair announced that they were no longer together.
Despite the split, it seems the two are still on good terms with one another, as Page Six reportedly heard Liam saying that he and Miley would “always be best friends”.
A source told them: “Liam kept raving about how amazing she was, how much they clicked and understood everything about each other. He also said they bought a lot of furniture but he had to leave it behind when they broke up and he got his new place, which was furnished.”
Liam was also overheard describing the “instantaneous and powerful connection” he had with the ‘Wrecking Ball’ singer.
It was previously reported that while Miley was hospitalised after suffering an allergic reaction to antibiotics in April, Liam lent her his support and was keeping in contact with her over the phone to make sure she was OK.
A source explained: “Though Liam and Miley had a rocky split and have not been in communication since the two parted ways, he became very concerned for her health and wellbeing, and put their issues aside to put in a call.”
The singer also spoke about the break-up earlier this year, claiming that she initially thought she “would die” if she wasn’t in a relationship or starring in ‘Hannah Montana’, explaining: “Now I'm free of both of those things, and I'm fine.”