Miley Cyrus Shares Emotional Tribute to Parents With Sweet Throwback

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Miley Cyrus is expressing her gratitude to parents, Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus.

In an Instagram post on Saturday, the 24-year-old actress and singer shared a sweet note honoring her parents alongside a throwback photograph of her and father, Billy Ray.

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“Lovers Hill,” she captioned with hearts. “The first and truest love I have ever known is my dads (sic)... [Billy Ray Cyrus] forever! [Tish Cyrus] I love you both so much! My life is the result of L-O-V-E! It will always win! It will always overcome fear!”

Last month, Entertainment Tonight caught up with Cyrus’ father, Billy Ray at the CMT Awards and the 55-year-old opened up about how happy he was seeing his daughter’s relationship with Liam Hemsworth blossom as they made the move to Tennessee.

“It’s a lot of fun. It’s fun when I see Miley coming at me on a four wheeler and that infectious laugh of hers,” he said. “She’s just really loving middle Tennessee. She actually said to me, ‘God Dad, I remember why I loved it so much here.’”

The doting dad added that Hemsworth and his daughter are both enjoying their new home, and love the outdoors and four wheeling.

“Both of them, Liam especially — you know he’s from Australia — he’s like, ‘Man, the people here are so nice, and it’s true.”

He shared that he feels the two have already settled down in Tennessee, telling ET, “They’re in the yard, so they feel pretty relocated, and it’s great. I just love seeing her so happy.”

Photo credit: Twitter / @shebrandliz


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