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Saturday 28 March 2015

Miley Cyrus and Hemsworth split up?

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus appear to be spending time apart
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus appear to be spending time apart

Miley Cyrus and fiance Liam Hemsworth are rumoured to have split up.

The former Hannah Montana star and The Hunger Games actor are thought to have called time on their romance after going through a rough patch.

The New York Post's Page Six claims numerous sources have confirmed the break up, which apparently comes just days after Miley denied she had called off the couple's wedding.

One source said: "Miley and Liam are done; it's over. She likes to party really hard and can be pretty wild. It became a problem for him."

Liam, 23, has jetted to his native Australia, while Miley is still in LA, although it's not known whether his trip was already planned. An insider said: "He needed to get away from Los Angeles and spend some time with his brother and friends."

However, if the rumours of a split are true, it seems the couple's romance might not be off forever.

One insider said: "Miley is a fiery character, and they do fight, but she is crazy about Liam. She isn't ready to accept it might be over for good."

Reports the couple's relationship was on the rocks emerged earlier this month and Miley, 20, took to Twitter to deny she had cancelled their wedding.

"I am so sick of LA. And sick of the lies that come with it. I didn't call off my wedding. Taking a break from social media. #draining," she tweeted. The singer later added: "Not discussing anything but my music from now on."

Liam proposed to Miley with a 3.5 carat diamond ring last year. They began dating in 2009 after starring together in love story The Last Song.

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