Pop superstar Kylie Minogue is preparing to move back to Australia after more than 30 years living in England.
And a team of removalists was hard at work on Tuesday packing up her belongings at her home in West London ahead of her return to Melbourne.
Several removal men from Cadogan Tate Moving and Storage were seen carrying furniture and crates from her house into a nearby truck.
Homecoming: A team of removalists was hard at work on Tuesday packing up Kylie Minogue’s belongings at her home in West London ahead of her return to Melbourne
They carried a large object, possibly an artwork, furniture piece or bed frame, from the garage and into the lorry.
The workers later emerged carrying a crate, which required three men to lift into the back of the heavy-goods vehicle.
Kylie, 53, who has lived in Britain since 1990, has not made clear when exactly she plans on moving home.
Heavy lifting: Several removal men from Cadogan Tate Moving and Storage were seen carrying items from her house and into a truck
And… lift! The workers emerged carrying a crate, which required three men to lift into the back of the heavy-goods vehicle
The actress and singer, known for her hits Spinning Around and Can’t Get You Out of My Head, was born in Melbourne.
When asked 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.’
Job: The singer, 53, enlisted the services of Cadogan Tate Moving & Storage as she prepares to return to her native country to be closer to her family (pictured in 2020)
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.
Kylie told friends she wanted to live closer to her family, including her parents Carol and Ron, siblings Brendan and Dannii and nephew Ethan.
Homecoming: The star, 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
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.’
Making a move: The Mirror first reported on Kylie’s move, with a source saying she made the decision after spending time in Melbourne earlier this year. Her boyfriend, Paul Solomons (right), won’t be joining her but they intend to continue a long-distance relationship