Kylie Minogue has reportedly reunited with her boyfriend Paul Solomons in the UK after nine months apart due to the Covid-19 lockdown in Melbourne.
The Australian pop sensation, 53, narrowly avoided lockdown in the UK as she headed back to her native country in December, marking her longest stint in the country for over a decade.
But earlier this month, she jetted back to England as new Covid-19 cases continued to ramp up in the coastal capital, a source told The Sun.
Back together: Kylie Minogue has reportedly reunited with her boyfriend Paul Solomons in the UK after nine months apart due to the Covid-19 lockdown in Melbourne (pictured in 2020)
As a result, she was able to reportedly reconnect with Paul, 46, her partner of three years, but is debating a permanent return Down Under.
The source said to the publication: ‘Kylie had a lovely time in Australia but never intended to stay so long, especially as it meant time away from Paul.
‘It has made her think about whether she sees her future there or in the UK. Her parents and her sister Danii are there.
‘Equally though, she has her boyfriend, pals and career in the UK and feels like she will be able to travel much more easily when Covid restrictions ease worldwide.
Home: The Australian pop star, 53, narrowly avoided lockdown in the UK as she headed back to her native country in December, marking her longest stint in the country for over a decade
‘She has returned to London now and is about to dive back into music, so there won’t be any rash decisions yet. But it has raised some questions.’
The entrepreneur was unable to travel abroad to meet Kylie due to travel restrictions and his work commitments at GQ as creative director.
However, he recently quit his position at the publication which could impact his relationship with the Australian born singer.
MailOnline have reached out to Kylie’s reps for comment.
Love: But earlier this month, she reportedly jetted back to England and reconnected with her partner of three years, 46 (pictured in 2019)
Just a few days earlier, it was reported that the pop princess has sold her charming investment property in Armadale, Melbourne, for $1.715million.
The singer owned the home for 31 years after buying it in her early twenties when she was launching a music career following her starring role on Neighbours.
The Spinning Around hitmaker first bought the cottage in 1990 for $185,000, reports The Herald Sun.
The home has been rented out to various tenants since 1993.
The property features an all-white Victorian exterior, spacious interiors, high ceilings, vintage fireplaces and hardwood floors.
The white kitchen is abundant with natural light thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the courtyard.
The home sold in February, according to its property listing, and features two bedrooms, one bathroom and a single-car garage.
Kylie, who is known for hits including Can’t Get You Out of My Head and I Should Be So Lucky, lives in a $25million penthouse in London.
In addition to her singing and acting career, Kylie also has her own range of rosé wine, which she released last year.
Selling up: Earlier this month, it was also revealed that the Australian pop princess has sold her charming investment property in Armadale, Melbourne, for $1.715million