Miley Cyrus has added to her growing collection of tattoos with a slightly bizarre tribute to her fiancé Liam Hemsworth – a jar of the Australian snack Vegemite.

The 23 year old singer got the tiny tattoo on the back of her left arm, with tattooist Dr. Woo of the L.A.-based Shamrock Social Club sharing a picture of her new ink via his Instagram over the weekend. “@mileycyrus don’t play when it comes to #vegemite,” the tattooist wrote as a caption on Saturday (July 9th).

@mileycyrus don't play when it comes to #vegemite ?? #halfneedle

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Apparently, Hemsworth and his two brothers, Luke and Chris, all shared a love for the snack food when they were growing up. In an interview he did in June with Australian magazine Sunday Style, the Independence Day: Resurgence star said he ate it regularly when he got home from school.

“After-school Milo [a chocolate milk drink] and Vegemite on toast,” he enthused. “I lived on it.”

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Back in 2010, when he was promoting his film The Last Song – on the set of which, coincidentally, he met his now-fiance – he also spoke of his love for Vegemite. He was asked by Australian site what foods he missed from his home country when living in America.

“Meat pies and Vegemite. They don’t really have meat pies in the States; they have hot chicken pies, not meat pies. Vegemite, definitely. I had four bits of Vegemite toast this morning!”

Hemsworth, 26, got engaged to Miley back in June 2012 before splitting suddenly in September the following year. They re-kindled their romance over New Year’s six months ago, and are widely believed to be getting married later this summer – although neither party has officially confirmed their current relationship status.

The actor cryptically told GQ earlier this year when quizzed about what was going on with him and Miley: “People will figure it out”.

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