It’s been less than one month since Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth announced that they were calling it quits after less than a year of marriage. And we know any tears she’s cried have been dabbed away by her mutually beneficial rebound Kaitlynn Carter. But did you also know Kaitlynn doesn’t have to walk very far to do so? Basically, it’s a kitchen to living room situation. Because according to sources, Miley and Kaitlynn are already living together.
If People magazine’s source is correct, there is to be no mental image of Miley drunkenly wandering the halls of her house in the hills, belting out some Celine Dion, like: “All byyy my sellllllllf….but also with my dogs, cats, horses, mini-horses, and a piiiiiiiig.” Miley is fine, and she’s not ever alone.
“They live together and are very happy,” a Cyrus source tells People. “Miley is doing great. She is moving on. She seems to have no regrets. She loves being with Kaitlynn.”
This comes after Miley and Kaitlynn were seen on a lunch date last Sunday with Miley’s mom, Tish Cyrus.
— Peter Benson (@bensonpeter20) September 2, 2019
White t-shirts? Jeans? Same gold-tone highlights pulled back into casual buns? Not only are they allegedly living together, they’re already starting to look alike. By Thanksgiving, they’ll be looking like those senior couples that dress in matching windsuits every day of their cruise ship vacation.
People’s source doesn’t say where Miley and Kaitlynn are living. But since Miley’s pop star money trumps Kaitlynn’s Instagram influencer money, I’m going to guess Kaitlynn moved into Miley’s place. But we also don’t know how that conversation went, although I think I can guess. Miley recently got a post-breakup tattoo that says: “My head was feeling scared, but my heart was feeling free”. I want to believe that when Kaitlynn pulled up to Miley’s mansion with her U-Haul truck filled with floppy straw hats and silk boho robes, she pointed at Miley’s new tattoo and asked just how free her heart was feeling. Because rent is expensive in Los Angeles, and nothing can kill that cohabitation bliss faster than the words, “Okay lover, so on the first of the month, can you remember to email transfer me $1,029?”