Believe it or not, our favourite celebrity couple, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, have been together for a whopping 10 years!
(With a little break in the middle)
After meeting on the set of The Last Song, the pair began dating, and now 10 years later, they’re married with a family of adorable animals!
Miley first shaded a rumour-mill media publication who reported that the pair had split yesterday, while also sending out a message of love to her hubby:
“Happy 10 year anniversary my love. Good to see everyone is as dumb as they were in 2009! Some things never change .... & I hope the way you feel about me is one of them . You’re truly,” she tweeted.
The ‘Mother’s Daughter’ singer then posted a couple of throwback photos for us all to sigh "awwww" over:
While on the theme of throwing it back, Miley then reflected on some of her old songs and lyrics, specifically from her Can’t Be Tamed album (also her most underrated album, tbh).
“AMERICA’S 15 YEAR OLD DEEP EMO COUNTRY ASS SWEETHEART,” she tweeted about her song ‘Stay’.
“Remember writing this song the first day I learned a “c” on the piano ... since then I’ve written 20 songs that sound exactly like this one ... But they’ve become mostly about dead animals”
She then moved on to her song ‘Scars’ - another GREAT track.
“I remember how I felt writing this ... a lot of pain and heartbreak ... didn’t know where to put all that hurt... and sometimes made choices that were NOT worthy, I didn’t know I was greater than what I was going thru. That’s just growing up I guess.”
Miley continued reflecting, before asking for her fans to share then own old material and encouraged them to share what they would've told their youngest selves.
“I was a young girl with more power than I knew to use for good... wish I could go back and tell me it’s gonna be ok and I was loved...
“If you feel comfortable today post some journals , songs , videos etc from when you were a teenager and tell me what you would go back and say to your younger self and I will share.”
Her last two throwbacks were also to killer tracks 'Liberty Walk' and 'Robot'!
We think it’s fitting we all listen to the Can’t Be Tamed album today and then watch The Last Song.
It would be inappropriate not to.