She was left "traumatised" by her bitter break-up with her 30-year-old fiance, Joshua Sasse in 2017, but Kylie Minogue has reason to smile again as it's revealed she's been quietly dating a special new man.
According to The Sun, the Aussie singer has been seeing British GQ creative director, Paul Solomons, since they were set up by a friend in February.
However in the aftermath of her devastating split with Joshua, the popstar reportedly wants to take things slow with her new flame.
"Kylie's in no rush to get into a serious relationship, but she's enjoying the attention," a source explained to the mag.
"It's no secret she was left feeling very bruised and vulnerable after her break-up. She needed time by herself to get over it. Now she feels ready to move on."
"Both Kylie and Paul are keen to keep their close friendship under wraps," the insider continued.
It's believed Paul, who is in his 40s, is a world away from the young toyboys Kylie usually goes for and is a creative professional who has worked for publications like Marie Claire before landing his gig at British GQ.
The singer, who turns 50 in May, has previously spoken of the heartache she suffered after announcing she and actor Joshua were parting ways.
"I just wanted to stop. I knew I needed to heal my… My physical system was compromised. I think it's called a nervous breakdown," she told The Sunday Times in February.
The hit-maker then went on to detail one of the most effective things she did to turn her pain into strength – she went on a soul-searching, healing sabbatical to Thailand with her girlfriends.
"You dust yourself off and you go through that period of 'Never again. Not going to do it'," she added.
Joshua and Kylie first met on the set of Galavant in 2015, and just months later, announced that they were engaged in February 2016.
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