Miley Cyrus Posts Cryptic Message On Instagram About Love; Outcome Of Her Recent Breakup With Kaitlynn Carter?
Miley Cyrus seems to be going through a rough patch. Reportedly, she has broken up with girlfriend Kaitlynn Carter. Now, she posted a cryptic message on Instagram about love and one wonders whether it is the outcome of her recent breakup
Pop singer Miley Cyrus' love life is under scrutiny currently. She reportedly broke up with girlfriend Kaitlynn Carter and seems to be having a hard time coping up with it. Within a few months, it is for the second time that Miley has to deal with that fallout. She got divorced from her husband Liam Hemsworth in the recent past. Thanks to all this, Miley's recent cryptic message on Instagram calls for attention. The singer has posted a picture with her two dogs on her Instagram story and written a note falling about 'love and being Loved'.
In her post, Miley has written about the unconditional love that animals have for humans. She has mentioned that she loves waking up with animals around as they do not see 'wealth, talent, race, age, sex...they love back 100X'. All that an animal expect is care, she emphasises. True that! Check out her post below:
Miley and Kaitlynn Carter's relationship fizzled out just in a few weeks. They appeared to be too much in love as they were spotted indulging in PDA quite often, but soon the reports of them parting ways also made it to the headlines. Post her breakup, she then went on a vacation to rewind and find peace. She even posted pictures in bikini and captioned them saying ‘goodbyes are never easy’, confirming the split. Talking about her relationship with Liam Hemsworth, their marriage lasted for seven months. They had a relationship on and off for over 10 years and they finally decided to settle down. But fate had something else planned.
Image Source: Instagram/mileycyrus
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