Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus admit losing their Malibu home strengthened their love


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In the aftermath of California’s disturbing wildfires which razed down homes and property worth millions of U.S. dollars, Miley Cyrus and her lover, Liam Hemsworth, say the traumatic incident revived their love and affection for each other.

Cyrus and Hemsworth now admit—in all honesty—that pain is love.  In other words, loss makes love a beautiful thing.

According to  PEOPLE, Cyrus appear to have said “I do” to Hemsworth last weekend—barely a month after they lost their Malibu home to the devastating wildfires that blazed through California in November 2018.

Rumors of their ‘secret’ wedding started making rounds after Conrad Jack Carr, a close friend of the super-couple, posted a video where Hemsworth, 28, and his brothers—Luke and Chris—were doing a “shotski”. The sight of “Mr and Mrs” balloons in the background also proved celebration was in the air. Cyrus, 26, and her beau were well-decorated in traditional white and a tux. The lovely celebrity couple was seen standing in front of cake and cupcakes. The singer’s mom, Tish, was also present at the event.


The U.S. celebrity news outlet noted that representatives of the couple are yet to divulge details of the apparently love-themed event.

However, Cyrus, who recently made headlines with her release of “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” on 12 November, said during a public outing at SiriusXM’s Howard Stern Show that she named Hemsworth her “survival partner” after the tragic Malibu incident.

‘Our love for each other has never felt as strong as it is right now,’ Cyrus said to the host.

She continued, ‘I’ve never loved him like this before.

‘I call him my survival partner but he doesn’t think its romantic enough,’ the Power Ball singer joked. ‘Yet, I think that name fits him for a reason because you pair up with a partner to survive…He was absolutely incredible, especially by singlehandedly getting our animals out in his truck.

‘Putting two pigs in crates could be an uphill task for anyone—but guess what, he [Hemsworth] did it.’