Miley Cyrus is 'the healthiest and happiest she's been in a long time'

Pop star Miley Cyrus is the "happiest she's been in a long time", according to an insider.



Miley Cyrus is healthy and happy
Miley Cyrus is healthy and happy

Miley Cyrus is the "happiest she's been in a long time".

The 30-year-old singer is enjoying the success of her new album, 'Endless Summer Vacation', and she's also moved on from her high-profile split from Liam Hemsworth.

A source told PEOPLE: "She's the healthiest and happiest she's been in a long time.

"Everyone was blaming her for the divorce and calling her this wild child, but that wasn't fair. Their relationship and marriage was toxic, and she was heartbroken."

Miley was married to Liam, 33, between 2018 and 2020.

But now, the blonde beauty feels ready to "tell her side of the story", having had time to "process and heal" from their break-up.

It's been widely speculated that some of her new music references her relationship with Liam.

But according to an insider, Miley doesn't want to "bash" her ex-husband.

The source said: "She's not trying to bash Liam, but she feels like she has every right to own the narrative after everyone was picking her apart after the break-up."

Miley has been dating Maxx Morando since late 2021.

The pop star loves that she can "be herself" when she's with the drummer.

Another source said: "He has no interest in being a huge celebrity; he's very low-key. Miley loves these qualities. Miley can be herself. They are supportive of each other's careers. Miley is enjoying life and things are great."

Miley also dated Cody Simpson before she announced their split during an Instagram Live in August 2020.

The singer insisted at the time that they would continue to be good friends, having known each other for a decade.

Miley said: "Today it came out that me and my boyfriend have broken up.

"For right now, two halves can’t make a whole, and we’re individually just working on ourselves, becoming the people that we want to be.

"Like everybody else at this age, we’re just deciding who we want to be with our lives, what we want to do with our lives."