Liam Hemsworth covers GQ Australia's June 2019 issue, and opens up about his marriage to Miley Cyrus, starting a family, and losing his Malibu home in the wildfires.
On losing his home: "That was pretty gut-wrenching. It was actually real. And it’s just a hard, hard thing to come to terms with. Overnight, you literally lose all your possessions and your space, your nest.”
On marriage and kids: “I was 18 when I met Miley. We really fell in love quickly and had a really strong connection from the beginning and I think in the back of my head I knew it was on the cards. Then just going through something emotional with someone [like losing a home], it brings you closer and we felt like we’d lost a big part of our lives, so we wanted to make a new part of our lives.” He says there's no plans to have children yet, but eventually wants “10, 15, maybe 20 kids [...] But not right now. One day. We’ll know when it’s right.”
On his career: “I’m extremely picky about what I want to do. I don’t enjoy the job if I’m doing it for money or for the sake of working. I love movies so I don’t want to make bad ones.” He says he doesn't want the same attention his brother Chris, or even his wife Miley get, “I just want to sit in the back and be quiet and have no one bother me. And, being around Chris and Miley, obviously they’ll take some of the attention away.”
Other takeaways from the interview: He says he and Miley are both vegan and raising seven dogs, two horses, two pigs and three cats at the place they’re renting in Malibu. He also misses Australia and eventually wants to move back. Full interview: here.
Liam Hemsworth for GQ Australia.— جوزفين (@JosphineMamdouh) May 1, 2019