Liam Hemsworth has shared a photo of the remnants of his Malibu house, a day after his partner Miley Cyrus revealed their home burned to the ground in the devastating wildfire.
Taking to Instagram, Hemsworth revealed the only part of the home which survived the blaze were a set of stone letters spelling ‘love’.
“It’s been a heartbreaking few days. This is what’s left of my house. Love,” Hemsworth wrote.
The 28-year-old Australian went on to thank emergency responders, who continue to battle the blaze engulfing large portions of the Californian region.
He also shared a photo of what the home looked like before the fire, which has destroyed at least 177 homes in the region, along with footage of other buildings damaged in the blaze.
Earlier, TMZ reported that Hemsworth and his brother, Westworld star Luke Hemsworth, were spotted visiting the region to inspect the devastation.
The elder brother revealed his home was also impacted by the fire, which razed his garage.
Hemsworth and Cyrus are not the only celebrities to have lost their homes to the fire. Earlier, Gerard Butler shared a photo from the ashes of his home; rock legend Neil Young and Blurred Lines singer Robin Thicke have also lost their homes in the region.
At least 44 people have been killed in the fires currently ravaging the state, including 42 alone in the Camp Fire impacting the Paradise region in northern California.
Fire officials have stated it could take weeks to fully isolate the fires burning across the state, and mandatory evacuation orders remain in place in many regions, including Malibu.