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Kylie Minogue and Joshua Sasse plan to marry in Italy next month

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Kylie Minogue and Joshua Sasse plan to marry in Italy next month

Kylie Minogue and Joshua Sasse reportedly "plan" to marry in Italy next month.

The 48-year-old Australian singer and her 28-year-old fiancée - who - who met whilst filming the American television show 'Galavant' last year - are rumoured to tie the knot in Italy in July, according to Hello! magazine.

Speaking about the couple's marital arrangements, a source said: "Joshua has been telling his friends in Greece about their plans to marry in Italy."

Although, the pair - who announced their engagement in February this year after six months of dating - are in two different countries, they can't keep away from one another and are set to reunite under the sun soon.

A friend close to the item said: "Joshua is still in Sifnos, while Kylie is in London - he came back two days after their recent trip there and she will no doubt be back soon.

Meanwhile, Joshua - who has two-year-old son Sebastian with his ex-partner Francesca Cini - makes the former 'Neighbours' star "very happy".

Speaking previously about her relationship with the dark haired actor, the 'I Should Be So Lucky' hitmaker said: "I think the general consensus is we kind of look right together. So even though on paper it might not look right, it just is right.

"He is an absolutely brilliant, brilliant guy. And even if I try and act cool and natural, it's written all over my face that I am very happy."

Meanwhile, Kylie - who has previously admitted she is unsure whether she can have kids because of treatment she underwent for breast cancer - are reportedly ready to start a family as soon as they can.

Speaking previously, a source said: "They want to start a family more than anything - Joshua would love a sibling for his son [two-year-old Sebastian].

"Kylie never thought it was possible but they've been having that conversation and Joshua has been giving her the confidence she needed to believe they could be parents together."