Miley Cyrus gets a very Australian new tattoo

MILEY Cyrus has Liam Hemsworth's favourite food tattooed on her arm.

The 23-year-old singer has just rekindled her romance with 'The Dressmaker' actor and it seems she's keen to prove her love for the hunk by getting an etching of Vegemite - a condiment native to Australia - pressed on to her left tricep.

Famed tattoo artist Dr Woo - known for inking the likes of Ellie Goulding, Zoe Kravitz and Cara Delevingne - uploaded a photograph of Miley's new tattoo on his Instagram account over the weekend after completing the sweet art work.

He accompanied the black-and-white shot, which shows the beauty gazing into the lens, with the caption: "@mileycyrus don't play when it comes to #vegemite #halfneedle (sic)."

Miley's new addition is just one in a long list of tattoos she has as she previously got a moon, a planet and an avocado on her arm as well as 'Rolling stone' inked on her feet.

Meanwhile, Liam - who was born Melbourne, Victoria - has made no secret of the fact he loves nothing more than spreading Vegemite - a thick brown paste - on his toast.

He said previously: "After-school Milo [a chocolate and malt beverage] and Vegemite on toast. I lived on it."

The couple are rumoured to be tying the knot later this year on an Australian beach after rekindling their romance late last year - two years after they went their separate ways.

The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker began dating the 26-year-old hunk in 2009 after meeting on the set of 'Last Song', they got engaged in 2012 before splitting a year later.

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