Kylie Minogue lives in a penthouse in the world's most expensive apartment building: One Hyde Park in London. Her home is believed to be worth £18million, or $25million and while the Australian pop star tends to keep it tightly under wraps, she did share a series of glimpses inside as she looked ahead to 2021.
Kylie Minogue has set up a home recording studio
One image showed that she has set up a personal recording studio inside of the property, complete with microphones and headphones. The room has a large piece of artwork hanging on one wall and is decorated with charcoal grey walls. For lighting, Kylie has a modern curved lamp with a metallic frame.
Kylie Minogue has a framed photo of Marilyn Monroe at home
Another shot revealed that Kylie has a photo of Marilyn Monroe framed in one room. It sits alongside a grey bookcase with LED lighting running along the sides.
Kylie captioned the carousel: "Getting ready to bring in the New Year. I want to send my love to the many who were absolute shining lights through 2020. Some of you I know and others I don't, but thank you for your strength, solace, laughs, music and shoulders to cry on when I needed it most. Here's just a few pics."
WATCH: Kylie Minogue reveals beautiful hallway at London home
In early December, Kylie also shared a rare video filmed inside of the home. It appears to have been filmed in her hallway, with a gold baroque style mirror mounted upon one wall and a pink and white marble side table, where Kylie had positioned a glass of rose wine from her eponymous drinks range, Kylie Minogue Wines. She credited the brand @kylieminoguewines and added, "A little rose!"
The lavish One Hyde Park development has attracted a whole host of celebrities including Naomi Campbell and Holly Valance.
According to Business Insider, apartments in the block cost more than £8,000, or $11,000 a square foot, nearly three times the typical price of luxury London real estate.
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