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Kylie Minogue and Paul Solomons’ long-distance could benefit their relationship

Kylie Minogue and Paul Solomons were introduced in 2018 (Picture: WireImage)

Kylie Minogue recently broke every heart in the UK as she confirmed she’s moving back to Australia.

The Can’t Get You Out Of My Head hitmaker is thought to want to spend more time with her family, including her sister Dannii, but her boyfriend Paul Solomons is staying in the UK.

The pair certainly aren’t strangers to a bit of long distance after they were forced apart for months during the Covid-19 pandemic, with Kylie stuck in Australia.

With the pair recently enjoying a joyful reunion, it’s clear they’re going from strength to strength.

Match’s dating expert, Hayley Quinn, told Metro.co.uk: ‘Long-distance relationships are of course more common amongst celebrity couples who are driven apart by conflicting work schedules.

‘Some couples like David and Victoria Beckham have spent much of their 22-year relationship on different continents.

‘Apart from flying first class, the other benefit to being a long-distance celebrity couple is that both parties have a strong sense of purpose and independence.

Kylie’s moving back to Australia after 30 years in the UK (Picture: Getty Images)

‘Two stellar careers could cause friction, but equally can give both partners the self-esteem that they need to sustain a long-distance romance, whilst remaining secure in their relationship.’

She added: ‘It’s good news that a long-distance relationship is nothing new to Kylie and Paul.

‘They will have to believe that they can handle it, so not to feel daunted by the idea of being apart for months on end. They may have also set up good habits to help them both feel secure, whether that’s daily check ins, or exploring new ways to remain intimate.’

Kylie confirmed that Paul won’t be moving with her (Picture: Hearst UK)

As for what can help a LDR go the distance (pun definitely intended), Hayley pointed out: ‘For the vast majority of people, long distance can work for a period of time, although it often helps to have an end in sight.

‘If you know there’s only several months until you’ll be together full time again, it helps to have a shared goal to work towards.’

Kylie, 53, and Paul, 46, have been dating for around three years after being introduced by a mutual friend in 2018.

The popstar recently confirmed she’ll be moving back to Australia after 30 years in the UK, but revealed she’ll be back as much as she can.

Speaking to BBC Radio 2’s Zoe Ball about the bittersweet news, Kylie said on Thursday: ‘It is true, I’ll be basing myself in Australia but I can’t believe the reaction it’s had. I’ve had friends call me; my friend at my local restaurant is like, “What do you mean? You can’t go”, I said I’m not really going. 

‘Of course, I’ve lived here for 30 years, I’m always going to be back. So of course, I am but I don’t think too much will change. I can’t not be here, are you kidding?’ 

Zoe noted that the pandemic has made people want to spend more time being closer to loved ones, to which Kylie replied: ‘Absolutely, I’ve 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 but don’t worry. I will not be a stranger.’ 

Well, that’s a relief.

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