Miley Cyrus just made it clear that she’s not interested in getting back together with her ex-husband, Liam Hemsworth.

On Thanksgiving Day, the “Wrecking Bal” singer’s sister, Noah, shared an adorable photo with her entire family and Cyrus’ new boyfriend, Cody Simpson. The black and white snap features Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson sitting across from each other.

“Extremely thankful for everyone at the table,” Noah captioned the snap.

Cyrus and Simpson started dating last month shortly after the former child star called it quits with Kaitlynn Carter. After ending their brief romance, Miley and Cody were photographed kissing and canoodling in public.

A source told People that the couple has been in a good place recently, and they have been enjoying each other’s company.

“They have a very easy relationship. They see each other when they can, and when they are apart, things are good too. This works for both of them,” the source said.

The source’s claims debunked the recent suggestion that the singer wants to get back together with her ex-husband. Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth called it quits in August, and they have both moved on from each other.

But Star recently claimed that Miley misses her ex-husband. An unnamed source went as far as saying that the singer is sorry about the way things went down between them, and she would like to give their marriage another go.

The source added that Miley is just using Cody as her plaything, and she’s not really taking their budding relationship seriously.

“Cody was a plaything. She was stringing him along until she figured out how to mend things with Liam,” the source said.

But based on the photo that Cyrus’ younger sister uploaded, it’s evident that the singer and Cody Simpson’s relationship is going strong. It is unlikely that Miley Cyrus is still caught up with her previous marriage to Liam Hemsworth.

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Miley Cyrus attends The Women's Cancer Research Fund's An Unforgettable Evening Benefit Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on February 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison