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Miley Cyrus and new love interest Kaitlynn Carter enjoyed a 'spiritual experience' at Stonehenge in JULY amid reports the singer and husband Liam Hemsworth split months ago

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 13/08/2019 Rebecca Davison for MailOnline

Miley Cyrus attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the "Camp: Notes on Fashion" exhibition on Monday, May 6, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) © Getty Miley Cyrus attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the "Camp: Notes on Fashion" exhibition on Monday, May 6, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) Miley Cyrus claimed she had a 'spiritual experience' when she visited Stonehenge in Salisbury, Wiltshire on July 1, following her headline performance at Glastonbury.

But it's now emerged that she had some company at the time, in the form of new love interest, Kaitlynn Carter, 30, who she was seen kissing in Lake Como on Friday. 

A day later, it emerged she had split from husband Liam Hemsworth, 29, after seven months of marriage and it's since been reported they've been over for months. 

a close up of a person: Historic: Miley Cyrus indulged her inner tourist on Tuesday as she paid a surprise visit to Stonehenge in Salisbury, Wiltshire © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Historic: Miley Cyrus indulged her inner tourist on Tuesday as she paid a surprise visit to Stonehenge in Salisbury, Wiltshire

Miley, 26, and Kaitlynn Brody Jenner's ex, are now said to be dating 'with no labels attached' and it's clear that they have been close friends for some time. 

The pair both shared Instagram pictures of themselves at Stonehenge on social media on the same day, but didn't share pictures together.   

Miley wrote on her Instagram story: 'Stonehenge was a spiritual experience. Thank you.' 

a person walking in the grass: Same day: Kaitlynn also shared a picture of herself at the prehistoric site on the same day back in July as it's assumed she also accompanied Miley to her Glastonbury performance © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Same day: Kaitlynn also shared a picture of herself at the prehistoric site on the same day back in July as it's assumed she also accompanied Miley to her Glastonbury performance a little girl that is standing in the grass with Stonehenge in the background: Who took the picture? It's clear that Kaitlynn had someone with her to take the snap and she had a big smile on her face while posing © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Who took the picture? It's clear that Kaitlynn had someone with her to take the snap and she had a big smile on her face while posing

And Kaitlynn simply captioned her picture with the words: 'Give me rocks. Give me sheep. Give me grass.” - @jesse.light.' 

Miley exuded A-list glamour in a black patent leather Chanel flat cap, paired with a navy sweater as she posed in front of the monument.

Her blonde tresses were styled in loose waves while the star accentuated her natural beauty by going make-up free. 

The star also gave a nod to the conspiracy theory that Stonehenge was built by extraterrestrials, writing: 'I hope the aliens believe in me.'

a person holding a sign: Extraterrestrial: Miley revealed she'd had a 'spiritual' experience at the prehistoric monument, as she shared a selfie from the site at Salisbury Plain © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Extraterrestrial: Miley revealed she'd had a 'spiritual' experience at the prehistoric monument, as she shared a selfie from the site at Salisbury Plain a person wearing a costume: Rock on: Miley wowed as she performed at Glastonbury music festival © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Rock on: Miley wowed as she performed at Glastonbury music festival

Historians think that the ring of stones was built in several different stages, with the first completed around 5,000 years ago by Neolithic Britons who used primitive tools, possibly made from deer antlers.

Modern scientists now widely believe that Stonehenge was created by several different tribes over time.

After the Neolithic Britons - likely natives of the British Isles - started the construction, it was continued centuries later by their descendants.

Liam Hemsworth, Miley Cyrus are posing for a picture: Tough time: Liam and Miley confirmed their split over the weekend after seven months of marriage © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Tough time: Liam and Miley confirmed their split over the weekend after seven months of marriage

Meanwhile, Liam has broken his silence on his split from Miley, two days after pictures of her and Kaitlynn kissing emerged. 

The Hunger Games star, 29, shared a photo to Instagram on Tuesday of a beach at sunset alongside a brief caption addressed to his fans after it was claimed that they have been separated for months. 

He penned: 'Hi all. Just a quick note to say that Miley and I have recently separated and I wish her nothing but health and happiness going forward... Peace and Love.' 

a screenshot of a social media post: 'I wish her nothing but health and happiness': Liam finally addressed his split from wife Miley Cyrus on Instagram on Monday night amid claims they separated months ago © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'I wish her nothing but health and happiness': Liam finally addressed his split from wife Miley Cyrus on Instagram on Monday night amid claims they separated months ago

A rep for Miley said on Saturday: 'Liam and Miley have agreed to separate at this time. Ever-evolving, changing as partners and individuals, they have decided this is what's best while they both focus on themselves and careers,' the statement read.

'They still remain dedicated parents to all of their animals they share while lovingly taking this time apart. Please respect their process and privacy.' 

On Tuesday, Liam was pictured looking downcast as he went for a surf with his older brother Chris Hemsworth in Byron Bay, NSW. 

He is believed to be staying nearby in the $4.3million beach house owned by Chris and his wife Elsa Pataky.

a man carrying a surf board: Wave of emotions: On Tuesday, Liam was pictured looking downcast as he went for a surf with his older brother Chris in Byron Bay, NSW © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Wave of emotions: On Tuesday, Liam was pictured looking downcast as he went for a surf with his older brother Chris in Byron Bay, NSW

Meanwhile, reports have emerged claiming that Miley desperately tried to save her marriage to Liam before they quietly separated 'months' ago. 

As reported by TMZ, the Wrecking Ball star wanted to go into therapy with her husband to fix their relationship but 'he didn't come close to meeting her half way.'

While the pair didn't confirm their break-up until Saturday, it's believed they actually called it quits in June after 'drifting apart'. 

The last known footage of them together was from July 9, but they looked decidedly unhappy.

a person sitting in front of a window: New flame: Miley has been cavorting with Brody Jenner's ex Kaitlynn Carter and they were pictured enjoying a boat trip on Cabinia around Hotel Sereno on Thursday - they are said to be dating 'without labels' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited New flame: Miley has been cavorting with Brody Jenner's ex Kaitlynn Carter and they were pictured enjoying a boat trip on Cabinia around Hotel Sereno on Thursday - they are said to be dating 'without labels' a woman sitting on a bench: Moving on? Miley was spotted kissing Brody Jenner's ex-wife Kaitlynn during a girls' getaway to Lake Como, Italy, on Friday 24 hours before she announced her split from husband of seven months Liam Hemsworth © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Moving on? Miley was spotted kissing Brody Jenner's ex-wife Kaitlynn during a girls' getaway to Lake Como, Italy, on Friday 24 hours before she announced her split from husband of seven months Liam Hemsworth

Gallery: Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth through the years (Microsoft Photos)

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