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Miley Cyrus: ‘I don’t fit a stereotypical wife role’

Miley Cyrus has broken her silence regarding her relationship and marriage with Liam Hemsworth. She believes that people would never understand her past relationship with all its complexities. She is definitely looking forward, as in one of recent news, a source close to Miley claimed that she has moved-in with Kaitlynn Carter.

The couple, Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus, fell in love back in 2010 when both of them were shooting The Last Song, later they became engaged and after a two-year split they got reunited and married in December.

While speaking to Elle US magazine, Miley described the uniqueness of her relationship with Liam Hemsworth 

The Mother’s Daughter hitmaker, confessed in the August edition of the Elle US magazine that people found her relationship to be pretty confusing. In sharing the complexity of her relationship, the 26yo said the following lines:

My relationship is unique. And I don’t know that I would ever publicly allow people in there because it’s so complex, and modern, and new that I don’t think we’re in a place where people would get it.

She also criticised people and told them not to think her as someone who might be in her home with an apron cooking dinner. She accepted of being in a hetero relationship but still she confessed her love for other women.

I definitely don’t fit into a stereotypical wife role.

Miley said that she does not like the word stereotypical wife. Miley Cyrus also supported women who don’t want to have children and prefer to remain happy in their own skin. She said that people often criticise many women based on their decision to have children or not, she insisted that the most important thing is inner happiness, which can be obtained without or with having children.

Why are we trained that love means putting yourself second and those you love first? If you love yourself, then what? You come first.

Miley Cyrus said that love is all about putting you first, and she denied the usual interpretation of love emanating from a generic society.

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