Kylie Minogue kept a low profile as she walked into a recording studio in south London on Tuesday, claiming she was returning to her native Australia.
The pop princess, 53, looked distinctively stylish in a cream trench coat, which she teamed with a navy tracksuit for the outing.
She kept her accessories casual for the trip, stepping out in a pair of comfy white sneakers.
Stylish display: Kylie Minogue paid a low-key visit to a London recording studio on Tuesday amid claims she plans to ‘return to Australia’ after 30 years in Britain
The singer also donned a pair of round green sunglasses and a gray baseball cap, while keeping Covid-safe with a black face cover.
The star carried her essentials in a black print tote bag, clutching her keys close to her and showing off her elegant French manicure.
Kylie’s trip comes amid claims she has decided to return to Australia after more than three decades in the UK.
Son of Fall: The pop princess, 53, looked distinctively stylish in a long cream coat, which she teamed with a navy tracksuit for her music release
Going out: She kept things casual for her trip to Big Smoke, stepping out in a pair of comfy white sneakers
Covid precautions: The singer kept Covid safe with a black face covering her nose and mouth
The Spinning Around hitmaker made the decision after spending time in Melbourne earlier this year, reports The mirror.
“It’s something she’s been thinking about for a while,” a source close to Kylie told the newspaper, adding that her love for London “remains intact”.
“This year, when she was in Australia for an extended period due to travel restrictions, it gave her time to think about where she wants to be based,” the insider said.
Move: Pop superstar Kylie is reportedly returning to Australia after living in the UK for more than three decades (pictured at Sydney Opera House in 2016)
London girl: Source added her love for London “remains intact”
They added that Kylie had ultimately decided that she “wanted to see more of her family when she wasn’t traveling, so she would use Australia as a base.”
Kylie has also reportedly taken steps to formalize her move, having changed the service address of her four main businesses to one in Hawthorn, a suburb near Melbourne.
The business documents were also recently updated, so her residency as a director is now listed in Australia, not England.
Take a step: The singer’s boyfriend Paul Solomons reportedly quit his job in London last month, meaning he could follow her to Australia (pictured together in 2020)
Kylie would like to move to Melbourne to be closer to her Australian family, including her parents Carol and Ron, siblings Brendan and Dannii and nephew Ethan.
It is not yet known if her longtime boyfriend Paul Solomons will join her Down Under, but The Mirror reports that he quit his job in London last month, which could allow him to spend more time with Kylie. in Australia.
Kylie’s last visit to Down Under was in March when she performed at the state funeral for Australian music director Michael Gudinski in Melbourne.
Tribute: Kylie’s last visit to Down Under was in March when she performed at Michael Gudinski’s funeral in Melbourne. She sang a duet of The Loco-Motion with Ed Sheeran
She sang a duet from her first hit The Loco-Motion with Ed Sheeran.
The musician recently sold her investment property in Armadale, Melbourne, for $ 1.715 million. She first bought the cottage in 1990 for $ 185,000.
She has since listed two office buildings on Hawthorn’s Church Street, which have been owned by the Minogue family since 2007, for a whopping $ 20 million.
Expat: Kylie, who began her career in the Australian soap opera Neighbors before becoming a popular singer, has been living in Britain since the early 1990s. Photographed on stage at the Diamond Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace on June 4 2012, in London
Born in Melbourne on May 28, 1968, Kylie began her career in the Australian soap opera Neighbors, as Charlene Robinson, before becoming a singer.
She has lived in Great Britain since 1990 and was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2008 New Year’s Honors for service to music.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Kylie Minogue for comment.
Prestigious: She was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2008 New Year’s Honors for service to music. Pictured with Queen Elizabeth II on June 4, 2012