Kylie Minogue has insisted that her impending move to Australia does not mean the end for her relationship with journalist Paul Solomons.
Earlier this week, the Grammy-winning singer confirmed she’s planning to move home to Australia in the near future after 30 years of living in London.
With Paul set to remain here in the UK, Kylie has clarified that they won’t be ending their three-year romance just because of the 10,000-mile distance.
Asked by Australian DJ Kyle Sandilands whether she’ll “keep the boyfriend” once she’s back on home soil, the Spinning Around star insisted: “Oh, yeah!”
Clarifying that they’ve made long-distance work in the past, including during her long stint in Australia earlier this year, Kylie told the Kyle And Jackie O Show: “I think it’ll work like that. Who knows?
“We’re making it up [as we go along]. We don’t know what the future holds.”
The pair have been an item since 2018 after being introduced by mutual friends.
On Wednesday, Kylie confirmed tabloid reports that she was relocating, admitting to Radio 2 host Zoe Ball that she was surprised at how much had been made of it in the media.
“I’ve had friends call me, my friend at my local restaurant was like: ‘Kylie, what do you mean? You can’t go’,” she explained.
“I said: ‘I’m not really going. I’ve lived here for 30 years, I’m always going to be back.’”
Earlier this year, Kylie and Paul were forced to deny speculation that they were engaged.
Kylie previously got engaged to actor Joshua Sasse in 2016, but their relationship ended the following year.
Prior to that, she has been romantically linked to actor Olivier Martinez and model Andrés Velencoso.