Miley Cyrus' mother Tish has reportedly filed for divorce from her husband, Billy Ray Cyrus.
The couple tied the knot back in 1993 and share three children together, including pop star Miley, 29, brother Braison, 27, and sister Noah, 22, while Billy also adopted Tish's two children from her previous relationship.
However, according to TMZ, the pair have decided to go their separate ways after nearly thirty years of marriage.
In court documents obtained by the publication, 54 year old Tish filed for the separation from the 60 year old Achy Breaky Heart musician in Tennessee last week and also claimed they hadn't lived together in more than two years.
According to the publication, Tish listed "irreconcilable differences" as the cause of the split and reportedly requested an equal distribution of marital assets.
The pair have yet to speak out on their reported split.
OK! has contacted Billy Ray's reps for a comment.
Tish and Billy started dating in 1991 and welcomed their first child Miley a year later in 1992.
They tied the knot two years later, and in 1994 they welcomed their son Braison while their daughter Noah arrived in 2000.
Billy also adopted Tish's children, Brandi and Trace, from her previous marriage.
The former lovebirds have both previously filed for divorce on two occasions.
Back in 2010, Billy filed for divorce from Tish but announced on The View he had "dropped the divorce" a year later.
In 2013, he filed for divorce again. However, after a month of couples therapy, they reconciled.
Tish and Billy's famous daughter Miley shares a tight bond with them and previously spoke of what she had learnt about marriage from them.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan in 2017, she said: "One thing I've learned about marriage from my parents: Nothing and no one stays the same.
"Grow, evolve, change with each other and celebrate your love's journey!"
Miley went on to marry Australian actor Liam Hemsworth in 2018, but they divorced two years later.
Discussing the split after, Miley told Howard Stern: "There was too much conflict.
"When I come home, I want to be anchored by someone. I don't get off on drama or fighting."
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