Kylie and Dannii Minogue go on rare shopping trip together in Melbourne

Kylie Minogue and her sister Dannii have been spotted out together for the first time in six years as the sisters went on a shopping trip together. 

The pair were masked up amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as they headed out together in Melbourne. 

Kylie, 52, kept it casual in a white T-shirt, blue jeans and trainers, which she accessorised with a black baseball cap and a jumper tied around her waist in case it got chilly.

Dannii, 49, chose a similarly low-key ensemble, rocking white jeans, a grey jacket and matching boots. 

The sisters, who were last photographed together in public in 2015, were seen chatting together as they sat in two armchairs in the Louis Vuitton boutique in the Australian city. 

Their outing comes after Kylie flew back to Australia in December from the UK and had to go into quarantine at a hotel in Melbourne after her flight to adhere to the country’s precautions to stop the spread of coronavirus. 

Kylie was recently forced to deny she and her boyfriend, GQ boss Paul Solomons, 46, who she has been with since 2018 were engaged after rumours started spiralling. 

The claims began after Billie Piper referred to Paul as Kylie’s fiancé in an interview, with Paul’s stepmother then confirming the news and saying she was ‘thrilled’. 

The Spinning Around star then spoke out on Twitter to confirm that the couple are very happy together but deny they are engaged, adding: ‘#Lovers … we ALL love LOVE but rumours are getting out of hand!’

While engagement rumours might be off the mark, Kylie made the most of her time in her home country as she enjoyed the trip out with her sister. 

Her promoter, Michael Gudinski, recently revealed to the Herald Sun that the singer is loving spending time with Dannii and the rest of her family. 

He said: ‘She’s ecstatic to be home with her family. She’s vibing to be home, she’s going to stay in Australia for a while.

‘There’s no talk of her doing any live shows, but she is really impressed with the way we’ve been getting live music back in Victoria.’

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