‘She’s ready to make things official’: Kylie Minogue hoping to wed Joshua Sasse sooner than later... after they pledge to hold off their nuptials till there is marriage equality in Australia

Kylie Minogue is engaged to the man of her dreams.

However, the wedding is on-hold after the couple of 14-months pledged not to wed until same-sex marriage is legalised in Australia.

Now a 'pal' of the singer has reportedly told NW magazine: 'She's ready to finally make things official after all this time'.

'Ready to make things official': Kylie Minogue is hoping to wed her actor beau Joshua Sasse sooner rather than later according to a 'pal' of the pop star 

The 48-year-old is hoping to tie the knot with her 29-year-old actor beau sooner rather than later and has made no secret of this, telling The Evening Standard newspaper on Friday: 'Hopefully we won’t have to wait too long'.

However, speaking on UK chat show The Jonathon Ross Show earlier this month, the singer admitted she's little unsure of their timeline, since the Government knocked back a plebiscite on the issue.

'It depends who you listen to, it still could be a long way off,' she noted.

The setback to the couple's plans has only made them campaign harder for marriage equality. 

'Hopefully we won’t have to wait too long': The pop princess said on Friday, she's hoping the loved-up couple will be able to wed sooner rather than later

'It still could be a long way off': The singer recently admitted on a UK chat show, their nuptials may be a while away

While in Australia filming Flammable Children on the Gold Coast, the singer popped up at the ARIA Awards,.

The couple took to the stage in their Say I Do Down Under T-Shirts to spruik the cause.

'We are here to introduce a shining light in there Australian music industry, but we are also here to say thank you to everyone who supported Josh's campaign for equality,' Kylie said with a big smile.

Joshua continued: 'Thank you. Sweetheart. This is more than just a movement.

'More than just a movement': After the Government knocked back a plebiscite on the issue, the couple have campaigned even more for marriage equality

Statement: Joshua and Kylie delivered an empowering message at the ARIA Awards as they ramp up their campaign to change laws in 2017

'This is people's lives, and we want to say to every single member of the LGBT community - you are not alone.'

He added: 'You have a voice. If we all stand together, we can bring Australia back on the right side of history and make 2017 the year that we all say, "I do", Down Under.' 

In October, the couple announced they won't marry until the laws are changed, with the British hunk admitting to The Fix: 'I'm really hoping that it won't be a matter of years, and that public and global change will turn the tide'.

Full story: The full story is in this week's NW magazine






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