Liam Hemsworth’s Girlfriend, Model Gabriella Brooks, Is Apparently “the Opposite of Miley”

Welp, looks like Liam Hemsworth’s short-lived relationship with actress Maddison Brown is truly over, because he was seen introducing model Gabriella Brooks to his parents and then making out with her on a beach. And from the sound of it, Gabriella is a welcome change in his life.

“While Liam’s family has been a huge support since the breakup with Miley, it was Gabriella who made him realize there is life after Miley. Gabriella is quiet, low-key,” a source just told Entertainment Tonight. “She loves to be alone with Liam and isn’t seeking attention from others.”

The source added that Gabriella “can almost be described as the opposite of Miley.” “Gabriella is young but adores him. She gets along with his parents and his closest friends,” the source said. “The moment they started dating, they had incredible chemistry.”

Gabriella even joined Liam and the Hemsworth fam for his brother Luke’s birthday in November, and the proof is right on Chris Hemsworth’s Insta:

Liam, who recently divorced Miley Cyrus, was photographed chatting with Gabriella and his parents, Craig and Leonie, in photos published in the Daily Mail back in December. The group hung out in Byron Bay, which Gabriella also happened to Instagram:

Liam and Gabriella were also spotted making out on the same beach in exclusive pics from New Idea.

So…what do you need to know about Gabriella? Aside from being a successful model from Sydney, you might be interested to know that she dated 1975 frontman Matthew Healy for four years:

Apparently, Gabriella and Matthew broke up in fall 2019, which means both she and Liam came off long-term relationships.

Aside from the public PDA moments with Maddison and then Gabriella, Liam has been fairly private about his personal life since ending things with Miley. Meanwhile, she’s been high-key public about her relationships with Kaitlynn Carter and Cody Simpson, explaining last October, “I refuse to recluse and ‘date’ from home ’cause A. That’s not fun B. Extremely uncomfortable/puts me in a vulnerable position….I would like to share an activity with someone I am dating and not be stuck at home with pretty much nothing to do but ‘Netflix and chill.'”

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