While eating at restaurant Puny in Portofino, Italy, last week, the 24 year-old actor was overheard gushing about how close he and Cyrus still are.
Just because Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus are no longer in a relationship doesn't mean they cannot be friends.
The 'Hunger Games' star reportedly only had good words to say about the controversial 21 year-old singer when dining out with friends at restaurant Puny in Portofino, Italy, last week.
In fact, their relationship must have ended on rather good terms as Hemsworth was overheard saying to his pals that himself and Cyrus "will always be best friends," according to the New York Post.
The Aussi hunk also described how he and his former fiancé had "an instantaneous and powerful connection" since the first time they met, a fellow diner claimed.
"Liam kept raving about how amazing she was, how much they clicked and understood everything about each other," the source told the newspaper. "He also said they bought a lot of furniture but he had to leave it behind when they broke up and he got his new place, which was furnished."
Hemsworth and Cyrus called off their engagement this past September (2013). They first met on the set of the American romantic film 'The Last Song' in 2009 and dated for the next four years. They announced their engagement three years later.
Following their separation, the 24 year-old actor admitted, "These days I feel like I'm more centered and grounded than I've ever been."
But despite feeling better off without having Cyrus at his side, Hemsworth still checked up on her when she was hospitalized earlier this year after suffering a severe allergic reaction.
A source told The Huffington Post, "Though Liam and Miley had a rocky split and have not been in communication since the two parted ways, he became very concerned for her health and wellbeing, and put their issues aside to put in a call."
So it turns out their breakup wasn't as volatile as people thought.
Cyrus and Hemsworth called off their engagement in September 2013
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