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Liam Hemsworth got down on one knee and asked Miley Cyrus to marry him at the tender age of 22 (Miley, on the other hand, was just 19), and even though they've seen a bit of a rocky road in their relationship, he doesn't regret the engagement for one second.
The now-26-year-old chatted with an Australian News Corp about his new film, Independence Day: Resurgence, and didn't hold back when it came to defending his decision to get engaged at a young age.
Asked whether it was an "impetuous" act, Liam responded firmly, "I don't think that was impulsive. That was a well thought-out idea."
This is proven true by the fact that the pair have worked out their problems and seem to find themselves in a good place once again.
The pair split up in 2013 and went their own way for a few years, dating other people and trying new things. However, they always remained friends and were spotted hanging out here and there during the break. Then, earlier this year, they rekindled their romance.
Though neither of them have confirmed or denied anything, their actions say it all. Miley even posted a photo earlier this week wearing a shirt with "Hemsworth" printed across the back.
The duo was also spotted in New York City last week, holding hands while out for a date night.
Liam has addressed their relationship in short spurts over the last few months with his most in-depth conversation printed in GQ magazine's June/July issue.
"Of course it was hard, man. But at the time we were going in different directions and it's just what needed to happen," he explained about their breakup. "We were both super young and it was a good decision at the time—we both needed that."
Now, however, he knows what he wants. "I guess when I feel something, then I just feel it and I go for it," Liam continued of where he sees himself with Miley now. "I make my decisions about what's going to make me happy, what I think is right and what I want to do—and I don't worry too much outside of that."
Regarding the current state of their relationship, he remained coy, "People will figure it out, they already have...They're not dumb."