MI­LEY: ‘I HAVE TOO MUCH LIV­ING TO DO BE­FORE I MARRY LIAM’

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PIC­TURED WEAR­ING A GOLD BAND on his wed­ding fin­ger last month, Liam Hemsworth pro­voked a flurry of spec­u­la­tion that he and Mi­ley Cyrus had fi­nally got mar­ried, al­most two years af­ter they an­nounced their en­gage­ment. But, in an ex­clu­sive in­ter­view with Grazia, Mi­ley has in­sisted that couldn’t be fur­ther from the truth – and has even re­vealed that get­ting mar­ried is not on her agenda.

‘I don’t en­vi­sion mar­riage,’ she said. ‘I’m 24. I hope I get to live a lit­tle bit more. I have too much liv­ing to do be­fore [I get mar­ried].’

The pair first met in 2009 on the set of The Last Song be­fore con­firm­ing their re­la­tion­ship a year later. A few months on, news broke that they had split: they then got back to­gether, split and got back to­gether again. And then they an­nounced their en­gage­ment in June 2012.

A year later, the re­la­tion­ship was over yet again, with Liam com­ment­ing, ‘You fall in love with who you fall in love with; you can never choose. I guess some peo­ple come with a lit­tle more bag­gage. We were to­gether five years, so I don’t think those feel­ings will ever change.’

And it turned out they never did: last year, the cou­ple got back to­gether (Mi­ley, af­ter her Wreck­ing Ball phase and dat­ing Pa­trick Sch­warzeneg­ger and Stella Maxwell, promptly put her ring back on and the pair have since moved to Mal­ibu).

‘Three years ago, if you’d have asked me if I’d be here, this happy with this man, I’d have been stunned,’ Mi­ley told us. ‘I’m just rid­ing this out. In some re­la­tion­ships, you lose your­self by be­ing with some­one else. Ac­tu­ally, it made me find my­self more. I have no idea what the next three years will bring, but if it’s pos­si­ble to get even hap­pier, I’ll take it.’

Clock­wise from above: Liam wear­ing a gold band (with Mi­ley’s mum); the in­fa­mous Wreck­ing

Ball video; Mi­ley and Liam’s loved-up posts on so­cial me­dia this year; back in 2010

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