Elsa Pataky, Liam Hemsworth’s sister-in-law seems happy that Miley Cyrus is no longer part of the family. She said that her husband Chris’ younger brother ‘deserves much better’ than his ex.

For Liam Hemsworth’s sister-in-law Elsa Pataky and his ex Miley Cyrus, there’s no love lost.

Elsa, 43 is happily married to Liam’s older brother Chris, 36 and she is revealing how the 29-year-old Hunger Games star is faring since the split. The Spanish beauty is also throwing shades at Miley, 26.

She was attending the launch of the Christmas campaign of lingerie brand Women’s Secret in Madrid, for which the mother of three is a brand ambassador when she made the comments.

Elsa revealed that her brother-in-law is a bit down but coping well. She said that he is a strong boy that deserves the best and she thinks he deserves much better.

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In 2009, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth fell in love while filming The Last Song. They got engaged in June 2012 but broke up the following summer.

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After that Miley went on a wild child phase with her album Bangez and had an infamously raunchy MTV performance with Robin Thicke. In late 2015, she and Liam got back together.

The duo lived happily together in Malibu but in November 2018, tragically lost their home in the Woolsey brushfire. A month after that the couple decided to make the ultimate commitment, getting married before Christmas at her Nashville home.

Things fell part by summer when Miley was photographed making out with Brody Jenner’s ex Kaitlynn Carter, 30 in Italy while Liam was in Australia.

The next day on August 10, Miley’s camp announced that the couple had separated and Liam quickly filed for divorce on August 21.

Liam Hemsworth found comfort moving in with Chris and Elsa in their Byron Bay, Australia home following the breakup. Elsa said that he can always find support in his family and that he is joined at the hip with Chris who has been there to give him the strength he needed.