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Miley Cyrus 'dating' Northern Irish Victoria's Secret model Stella Maxwell

By Claire Cromie

Published 19/06/2015

Miley Cyrus and Stella Maxwell. Pic Instagram/MileyCyrus
Miley Cyrus and Stella Maxwell. Pic Instagram/MileyCyrus
Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show
Miley Cyrus and Stella Maxwell. Pic Instagram/MileyCyrus
Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show
Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show
Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show
Stella Maxwell modelling for Victoria's Secret
Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show
Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show
Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show

Miley Cyrus is reportedly dating a Victoria's Secret model from Northern Ireland.

The Wrecking Ball singer split from Arnold Schwarzenegger's son Patrick in April - and is now said to have found romance with Stella Maxwell.

Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show
Stella Maxwell at the Victoria's Secret show

Stella, 24, is the daughter of diplomat Maurice Maxwell, who is Head of the European Commission Office in Belfast.

He and his wife Stella Maynes travelled the world with his job when their daughter was growing up, so the fashion model is already used to the jet-setting lifestyle.

The 5ft 9in stunner was named Victoria's Secret's only British Angel in April.

She has over 500,000 followers on Instagram where she's posted countless selfies with Miley, who has come out as bisexual.

The New York Daily News' Confidenti@l column reported that the pair have been dating for months and are known in their circle of friends as a couple.

"They hold hands and hug and are very comfortable together. They're definitely together," a source said.

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