After Miley went fully nude for a racy new photo spread in ‘V’ magazine, we couldn’t help but wonder whether her boyfriend Patrick approved. Now HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop on his true feelings!
Miley Cyrus, 22, shows off more skin than ever in new Polaroids taken by her BFF Cheyne Thomas during her Bangerz tour. And even though a HollywoodLife.com source says Patrick Schwarzenegger, 21, knew exactly “what he signed up for” when he started dating Miley, he couldn’t have seen this coming! Here’s how he reacted.
Patrick Schwarzenegger On Miley Cyrus’ Nude Pics In ‘V’ Magazine: Is He Upset?
Surprise! Patrick is totally cool with Miley’s racy new pics. What a great boyfriend!
“He knows what he signed up for dating Miley. She wouldn’t like him if he didn’t accept her for who she is and he is totally OK with what she does to express herself,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “He is with her on everything she does, as long as she doesn’t get hurt he is totally down with everything.”
Wow. We love how supportive Patrick is of Miley. We know a lot of guys who wouldn’t be quite so understanding about their girlfriends baring their naked bodies for all the world to see. Maybe these two really are a perfect match!
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Miley shared her pal Cheyne’s Polaroids with V magazine, which published them along with a note that reads:
FROM LOS ANGELES TO HELSINKI TO ARGENTINA, MILEY CYRUS HAS TAKEN THE PLANET BY STORM WITH HER SOLD-OUT BANGERZ TOUR. HER BEST FRIEND, CHEYNE THOMAS, HAS BEEN WITH HER EVERY STEP OF THE WAY. HERE THEY SHARE PRIVATE POLAROIDS FROM THEIR TRAVELS TOGETHER
The photo above shows Miley posing outside her LA home COMPLETELY naked! Her V mag caption for this one reads: “‘AT HOME IN L.A. ON ONE OF VERY FEW DAYS OFF IN 2014!’ LOS ANGELES, CA, JULY 2014”. Click here to see the rest of the images.
So HollywoodLifers, what do YOU think of Miley’s new pictures? Do you think Patrick is a good boyfriend to Miley? Share your thoughts!
— Susan Johnson, Reporting by Russ Weakland