Miley pens apology letter to ex-fiancé

Miley pens apology letter to ex-fiancé

Miley Cyrus has written Liam Hemsworth a love letter.

Miley pens apology letter to ex-fiancé The couple in happier times in 2012

The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker has penned her ex-fiancé - whom she began dating in 2010 - an emotional note apologising for her wild antics and raunchy behaviour following their split in September.

Miley pens apology letter to ex-fiancé

A source told The Sun newspaper: "As time has gone on and the anger subsided, Miley has really started to feel the pain of the split.

Miley pens apology letter to ex-fiancé

"She thought about writing some songs, but then decided why not write a letter to Liam to tell him exactly how she feels. Miley admitted to Liam she has pushed him away and said sorry for acting so mad."

Miley pens apology letter to ex-fiancé

The 20-year-old singer has been romantically linked to music producer Mike WiLL Made It and Rolling Stone magazine heir Theo Wenner since ending her engagement to the 'Hunger Games' star, but she admits she still has deep feelings for Liam and is keen to meet up with him to sort through their differences.

Miley pens apology letter to ex-fiancé

The source explained: "Miley says in her letter she still loves Liam deeply and has asked him to meet up. It could be for closure or it could be to start again, but she just wants to see him and talk things through."

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