Miley Cyrus, the once former fiance of Liam Hemsworth, Chris Hemsworth’s younger Australian brother, released a song called “Flowers” that has made it big. Whenever something like this happens, rumors and other conversations spark – in this case, regarding origins and influences that led to the song’s creation – namely Liam Hemsworth, and his and Miley’s breakup. Today, Chris’ wife, Elsa Pataky is chiming in on the conversation. Here is what she had to say:
As per the Independent, Chris Hemsworth’s wife, Elsa Pataky had words to say regarding rumors that Cyrus’ song “Flowers” is about her brother-in-law Liam.
Pataky addressed the hit tune during a recent interview with Spanish publication Europa Press while attending an event in Spain for footwear brand Gioseppo, which she is an ambassador for. Her remarks come one month after fans first speculated that “Flowers” had multiple references to Cyrus’ ex.
“It’s a very old topic for us,” she said. “If someone should talk, it should be Liam, but I think she [Cyrus] can do what she wants.”
When asked if she’s kept in contact with Cyrus, Hola! reported that Pataky’s responded: “Not anymore because we live in different countries and it’s difficult.”
Prior to the breakup, Pataky, who’s been married to Chris since 2010, appeared to have a close relationship with Cyrus. In fact, back in 2016, the two women got matching tattoos which featured a small design of a wave.
During her conversation with the outlet, which was translated from Spanish to English by Hola! Pataky addressed Liam and Cyrus’ 2019 breakup and showed support for her brother-in-law.