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Kylie Minogue says she'll stay with Paul Solomons after Australia move

Kylie Minogue says she and boyfriend Paul Solomons ‘don’t know what the future holds’ but plan to stay together as she moves back to Australia and he remains in London

  • The singer, 53, is moving back to Melbourne after living in Britain for 30 years
  • Her boyfriend, magazine executive Paul Solomons, will be staying in London
  • Kylie has confirmed they’ll remain a couple and try a long-distance relationship
  • However, she hinted in a Sydney radio interview on Thursday that Paul may follow her to Australia one day
  • ‘Who knows? We’re making it up [as we go]. We don’t know what the future holds,’ she told The Kyle and Jackie O Show
  • Kylie also clarified Paul ‘loves Australia’, after previously saying he wouldn’t like to live there on a permanent basis
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Kylie Minogue has revealed she plans to continue dating her boyfriend Paul Solomons despite moving back to Australia while he stays in London.

The singer, 53, has been dating Welshman Paul, a 46-year-old executive at British GQ magazine, since they were introduced by mutual friends in early 2018.

She told Sydney’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Thursday they won’t be moving to Melbourne together but will still continue their relationship.

When radio host Kyle Sandilands asked if she plans to ‘keep the boyfriend’ after moving to the UK, Kylie responded without hesitation: ‘Oh, yeah!’

She said their relationship has included periods of long-distance in the past because of her touring schedule, so her move to Australia won’t be all that different.

Long-distance: Kylie Minogue has revealed she plans to continue dating her boyfriend Paul Solomons despite moving back to Australia while he stays in London. Pictured in 2019

Kylie also revealed there has been times when Paul has ‘swooped in to the rescue’ when she’s been feeling low on the road, so she expects he’ll drop everything and fly to Australia whenever she needs him.

‘I think it’ll work like that,’ she said.

She even hinted Paul may follow her to Australia one day, adding: ‘Who knows? We’re making it up [as we go]. We don’t know what the future holds.’

The pop star went on to clarify her boyfriend ‘loves Australia’, after previously saying he wouldn’t like to live there on a permanent basis.

Kylie had told the Table Manners podcast in September last year: ‘Paul’s a Welshman, but he’s been in London for almost 20 years.

‘There’s just not going to be an Australian home.’

‘I think it’ll work’: Kylie said her relationship with Paul has included periods of long-distance in the past because of her touring schedule, so her move to Australia won’t be all that different. Pictured in September 2019

It comes after Kylie confirmed reports she was moving back to Australia after more than 30 years living in Britain.

The musician, known for her hits Spinning Around and Can’t Get You Out of My Head, was born in Melbourne and has lived in London since 1990.

When asked on Wednesday about rumours she was returning to her home country permanently, Kylie told BBC Radio 2: ‘It is true, I will be basing myself in Australia.

‘I can’t believe the reaction it’s had. I’ve had friends call me.’

Homecoming: It comes after Kylie confirmed reports she was moving back to Australia after more than 30 years living in Britain. Pictured at the Sydney Opera House in 2016

‘I spent a lot of time with my family this year in Australia and it felt really good… I’ve been talking about that for a while,’ she added.

Kylie reassured Brits she ‘won’t be a stranger’ and will still visit regularly.

‘Of course I’ve lived here for 30 years. I’m always going to be back,’ she said.

While she didn’t confirm where exactly she plans to live, she will most likely settle in Melbourne – the city where she was born and where her family reside. 

Expat: The singer, 53, known for her hits Spinning Around and Can’t Get You Out of My Head, was born in Melbourne and has lived in London since 1990. Pictured on stage during the Diamond Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace on June 4, 2012, in London

The Mirror first reported on Kylie’s move on Monday, with a source close to the star saying she made the decision after spending time in Melbourne earlier this year.

‘This is something she has been thinking about for a while,’ the insider said.

‘This year, when she was in Australia for an extended period due to travel restrictions, it gave her time to think about where she wants to be based.’

They added that Kylie eventually decided she ‘wants to see more of her family in the times when she isn’t travelling, and so she will use Australia as her base’.

Kylie has already taken steps to formalise her move, having changed the service address for her four main businesses to an address in Hawthorn, an inner suburb of Melbourne.

Business documents have also been recently updated so her residence as director is now listed as Australia, not England. 

Making a move: The Mirror first reported on Kylie’s move on Monday, with a source saying she made the decision after spending time in Melbourne earlier this year. Paul won’t be joining her but they intend to continue a long-distance relationship. Pictured in March 2020

Kylie told friends she wanted to live closer to her family, including her parents Carol and Ron, siblings Brendan and Dannii and nephew Ethan.

Her boyfriend, magazine executive Paul Solomons, won’t be joining her in Australia, but they intend to continue a long-distance relationship, according to The Sun.

‘Right now, Kylie has made the decision to move back to Australia and while Paul doesn’t want to relocate, they are still very much together and in love,’ a source said.

‘Of course she will be back in the UK from time to time and he will visit Melbourne. They are going to make it work.’  

Documentation: Kylie has taken steps to formalise her move, having changed her business address from England to Australia. Pictured at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2000

Tribute: Kylie’s most recent visit Down Under was in March when she performed at the funeral of Michael Gudinski in Melbourne. She sang a duet of The Loco-Motion with Ed Sheeran 

Kylie’s most recent visit Down Under was in March when she performed at the state funeral of Australian music executive Michael Gudinski in Melbourne.

She sang a duet of her early hit The Loco-Motion with Ed Sheeran.

The musician recently sold her investment property in Armadale, Melbourne, for $1.715million. She first bought the cottage in 1990 for $185,000. 

Prestigious: She was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2008 New Year Honours for services to music. Pictured with Queen Elizabeth II on June 4, 2012

She has since listed two office properties on Hawthorn’s Church Street, which have been owned by the Minogue family since 2007, for a whopping $20million. 

Born in Melbourne on May 28, 1968, Kylie began her career on Australian soap opera Neighbours, playing Charlene Robinson, before becoming a singer.

She has lived in Britain since 1990, and was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2008 New Year Honours for services to music.

Still calls Australia home: While Kylie’s love for the UK and London ‘remains undiminished’, she has decided to return to her home country. Pictured on September 24 in London

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