Kaitlynn Carter Posts Cryptic Quote About Love As Miley Cyrus & Cody Simpson Go Insta Official
Kaitlynn Carter who? Okay, that may have been harsh, but Miley Cyrus’s ex sure is old news in her eyes, as she’s recently taken her new relationship with Cody Simpson super public. Miley has been packing on the PDA with her longtime friend on Instagram Stories a lot this week, even revealing to her followers that the Aussie visited her in the hospital with flowers and his guitar — cute or vom? Miley’s relationship with Kaitlynn seems to be as far in the past as her Hannah Montana wig, but it looks like Kaitlynn isn’t over it just yet, looking at the shade she’s just thrown.
The 31-year-old posted a cryptic quote about love to her Instagram Stories yesterday and it kind of looks like she’s throwing shade at Miley. “Love is friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing, and forgiving,” the quote said. “It is loyalty through good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses.” The quote could be a subtle dig at Miley, who Kaitlynn was friends with before their relationship turned romantic. The “quiet understanding” line is also ironic, seeing as there’s never been anything quiet about any of Miley’s relationships.
The Insta post comes just hours after Kaitlynn’s BFF, The Bachelor’s Becca Tilley, addressed her friend’s relationship with Miley in her podcast Scrubbing In. Talking about Miley and Cody’s relationship, Becca said: “Yeah, I don’t know. I’m friends with Kaitlynn, so I think when you’re in a relationship or, like, seen with anyone, like, out of respect to that person, it’s maybe, like …”
“Obviously, Miley shouldn’t have to date in her home,” she continued. “But it’s like, you know there are photos everywhere, you know?”
Sounds to us like Kaitlynn has been confiding in her friends about how she feels about Miley and Cody’s public relationship. Do you think Becca has a point about Miley plastering her love life all over the internet for the world to see? And should it be a “quiet understanding,” as Kaitlynn implied?