Kylie Minogue is 50, fabulous, happy, and in love.
The Spinning Around singer celebrated turning half a century old with a celebrity-filled birthday bash on Saturday night at London's Chiltern Firehouse with one very special guest at the top of the list – her new beau, Paul Solomons, creative director of British GQ.
After months of speculation surrounding their relationship, the pair took to Instagram on Sunday night in coordinated moves sharing the same polaroid picture of them embracing with the caption "birthday girl".
It comes a year after the pint-sized, Aussie pop princess split from British actor Joshua Sasse, 30.
She told Vogue last month that she felt like she was having "a slow, steady nervous breakdown" after the break-up. She also pursued having children on her own but said, "that obviously wasn't the path for me, either".
But one year on and another successful album, Golden (her 14th), under her belt, Minogue told Fairfax Media two weeks ago that she was happier than ever.
"I honestly am. I am very aware and thankful that this is a good time in my life," she said.
"I don't know if it is the 50 thing, it probably has a lot to do with it ... [But] people can see it and I know it's happening. I feel good and thankful."
A 50-year-old woman with no children, who has never married means Minogue is often described as being "unlucky in love".
However, if you take a look at some of her exes, who include Michael Hutchence, Lenny Kravitz, Stephane Sednaoui, James Gooding, Michael Di Nuzzo, Olivier Martinez and Andrés Velencoso, she might just be one of the luckiest.
(If you're still not sure, check out a topless Solomons.)
Others of note at her soiree on Saturday night were her former Neighbours co-stars Jason Donovan, Guy Pearce, comedian Alan Carr and presenter Graham Norton.
Her family, including her sister Dannii Minogue, were unable to make the party but she plans on going on separate trips with them all later this year.