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Kylie Minogue’s boyfriend Paul Solomons won’t move to Australia with her, it has been claimed.
The I Should Be So Lucky singer, 53, has set her heart on moving Down Under after 30 years in London but her boyfriend reportedly told pals he won’t make the move across the globe.
Very much in love, it is said the couple — who have been together for three and a half years — will continue their romance with a long distance relationship.
“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 told The Sun.
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“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.”
Kylie Minogue’s representatives offered no comment on the story.
The Mirror reported Mr Solomons had quit his job but reports have since emerged he won’t follow the singer to Oz.
Her move will bring her closer to her family who live in Australia - including her parents Carol and Ron, her brother Brendan, her sister Dannii and her nephew Ethan.
However, Ms Minogue reportedly still plans to spend a lot of time in the UK.
In September last year, the chart-topper admitted she didn’t think her boyfriend would like to move to Australia permanently.
She told Jessie Ware’s Table Manners podcast at the time: “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 have a British passport and an Australian passport. I think some people forget I’m Australian.”
In 2019, the actress gushed she was “thankful and lucky” to have found “true love” with Mr Solomons later in life.
She told The Mirror: “Who says you can’t be soppy and romantic later in life? Particularly when you find a good and true love.
“I feel even more thankful and lucky that I have this in my life now... I’m really being taken care of.”
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