Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth appear closer than ever since they were married in December, but their marriage did not come up with a few trials in advance. Almost a month before hitting the goal, Malibu's home was destroyed by the couple in the fireworks in California. Although it was a big loss, he ended up bringing them closer to each other. During a recent interview with Vanity Fair, the singer "No Breaks Like a Heart" admitted that they might not have tied the knit even if the fire did not happen.
"I'm not sure without losing Malibu, we would have been ready to take this step or have never reached a spouse, who can say?" Miley said. "But the timing was really and I'm getting hearted. No one is promised the next day, or next, so I'll try be in the hour as much as possible ". During the time of the wild fires, Miley and Liam were filming outside the town. Luckily, Liam managed to make a quick trip to Malibu and he saved all of his beloved dogs, cats, pigs and horses before the fire took home.
After tied the knot, Miley said that being married to Liam felt "zero percent different" than when they were dating. "We will say that the loss of the house has changed much more than parking has changed us," he said. "When you're experiencing what we have tried with someone, it's like glue. You're the only two people in the world that can understand. "
"At that time losing everything – materially, because the lives of people I know and loved were not lost – Liam and I have also found a new bond under that rubbish," he said. . "By going through a natural disaster, the disease you experience is really different from any other loss. No more, it's just different. In our situation we feel or look like it Everything is restarted and you can start again, but you can not buy spirit. "
Although both plans to rebuild their home together, Miley added that losing its material properties had given her a fresh look at life. "I'm never happy that all the memories and pictures and things that I have loved have gone," he said. "But to experience this way – I feel that I feel more related to being human yet."