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Miley Cyrus shares side-by-side shot showing her in same outfit from childhood

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 12/6/2018 Dailymail.com Reporter

She's been in the public spotlight since before she was a tween. 

And on Thursday Miley Cyrus shared a throwback pic of herself looking every inch the star even as a child - all while wearing the same outfit that a now 26-year-old Miley donned on Thursday.

Both young and old Cyrus wore leather skirts of varying length. 

Both then and now versions of the Hannah Montana star paired the garment with a black turtleneck.

Apart for the gap in ages, the biggest difference between the photos was in Miley's hair color, which on Thursday was several shades lighter than her younger iteration's auburn tresses.

The daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus captioned the post 'Same girl. Shorter skirt.'  

a person wearing a black dress: Young Miley: Both then and now versions of the Hannah Montana star paired the signature garment with a black turtleneck © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Young Miley: Both then and now versions of the Hannah Montana star paired the signature garment with a black turtleneck The home the pop singer shared with Liam Hemsworth in Malibu was destroyed by the massive Woolsey wildfire last month.

And on Tuesday, Miley spoke about how she's trying to stay positive despite the devastating loss. 

 

'Honestly, I'm in a really good kind of healing place right now,' the singer told On Air with Ryan Seacrest, per People.

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Miley is busy promoting her new single Nothing Breaks Like A Heart and during her publicity radio interview, she was asked about the wildfire aftermath. 

'My dad has always told me, 'Life is a series of adjustments',' the daughter of country music star Billy Ray Cyrus explained.

a close up of an old building: Devastating: The home she shared with fiance Liam Hemsworth burned to the ground on November 11 with the Australian actor sharing this photo of the ruins to Instagram © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Devastating: The home she shared with fiance Liam Hemsworth burned to the ground on November 11 with the Australian actor sharing this photo of the ruins to Instagram 'Sometimes we never understand what our parents are telling us until we start to experience life more because they learn those things as they go,' she said. 'So I'm starting to really understand what that means now.'

Miley went on: 'I think experiencing something as life-changing and devastating as a natural disaster.... it's a really deep character challenge, I think, to see the way you react to loss.'

a woman standing in front of a store: Wise advice: 'My dad has always told me, 'Life is a series of adjustments',' the daughter of country music star Billy Ray Cyrus explained. 'So I'm starting to really understand what that means now' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Wise advice: 'My dad has always told me, 'Life is a series of adjustments',' the daughter of country music star Billy Ray Cyrus explained. 'So I'm starting to really understand what that means now'

The hitmaker and former child star mused that people don't have any control over a natural disaster and have to decide whether to be traumatized by the experience of surviving one or whether to use the experience for growth. 

'To be able to go into yourself and to find that growth and say, 'What am I gonna do about this?' and being able to be an active member of my community — not as a celebrity figure but just as a neighbor — has just been really a big growing experience,' she said.

a person posing for the camera: Staying positive: Miley Cyrus said she's 'in a really good kind of healing place' when asked Tuesday how she's coping after losing her Malibu home on last month's Woolsey wildfire © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Staying positive: Miley Cyrus said she's 'in a really good kind of healing place' when asked Tuesday how she's coping after losing her Malibu home on last month's Woolsey wildfire Miley and Liam donated $500,000 to a fund to help the Malibu community rebuild and have remained positive about the loss of their home.

Nothing of the compound was left standing except for concrete letters that spelled out the word 'LOVE' next to their front door.  

'That's literally and physically all that's left, so I felt that that was really poetic. You can always rebuild a physical structure, but that love that can't be destroyed is always there and always stays strong,' Miley told Ryan Cyrus. 'That's been something that gave me a lot of light at a dark time.' 

a number of animals in a room: Before and after: Nothing of Miley and Liam's compound was left standing except for concrete letters that spelled out the word 'LOVE' next to their front door © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Before and after: Nothing of Miley and Liam's compound was left standing except for concrete letters that spelled out the word 'LOVE' next to their front door

Australian actor Liam, 28, had shared his heartbreak about his home on Instagram back on November 13, two days after it burned to the ground.

a person in a suit standing in front of a building: #MalibuStrong: Miley and Liam donated $500,000 to a fund to help the Malibu community rebuild and have remained positive about the loss of their home © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited #MalibuStrong: Miley and Liam donated $500,000 to a fund to help the Malibu community rebuild and have remained positive about the loss of their home After surveying the damage, he shared a photo of the ruins and wrote: 'It's been a heartbreaking few days. This is what's left of my house. Love. Many people in Malibu and surrounding areas in California have lost their homes also and my heart goes out to everyone who was affected by these fires.'

'Malibu is a strong community and this event is only going to make it stronger,' The Hunger Games star added. 'Thank you to all the hero firefighters around California. It's going to be a journey to rebuild. Stay strong all.'

Devastation: The two-story home worth an estimated $2.25 million was located on two acres in the celebrity-dense Paradise Cove area of Malibu where many residences were lost © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Devastation: The two-story home worth an estimated $2.25 million was located on two acres in the celebrity-dense Paradise Cove area of Malibu where many residences were lost The two-story home worth an estimated $2.25 million had four bedrooms and three bathrooms along with an outdoor gazebo, patio, fountains and spa.

It was located on two acres in the celebrity-dense Paradise Cove area of Malibu. 

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