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Liam Hemsworth wishes Miley Cyrus ‘nothing but health’

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In this May 6, 2019 file photo, Miley Cyrus, left, and Liam Hemsworth attend The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the “Camp: Notes on Fashion” exhibition in New York. Cyrus and Hemsworth have separated after less than a year of marriage.

Miley Cyrus’ husband is wishing her “nothing but health and happiness” days after a representative for Cyrus announced their separation.

Actor Liam Hemsworth posted on Instagram on Monday confirming the pair’s separation and saying he won’t be making comments to “any journalists or media outlets.”

A representative for Cyrus said they decided a break was best while they focus on “themselves and careers” after less than a year of marriage.

Hemsworth, who starred in “The Hunger Games” films, and Cyrus have dated on and off for more than a decade. They married in December.

The representative said the pair will remain “dedicated parents to all of their animals they share.”

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