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Kylie Minogue gives a nod to cowgirl chic with a nude fedora and neck scarf during London outing

Kylie Minogue gives an elegant nod to cowgirl chic as she accessorises with a nude fedora and patterned neck scarf during London outing

The Australian superstar recently admitted that her life isn’t ‘all roses’. 

But Kylie Minogue oozed elegance as she stepped out in London on Wednesday, clad in jeans and a dusky pink longline coat, with a nude fedora atop her head. 

The petite beauty, 50, gave a stylish nod to cowgirl chic with a fuchsia pattered neck-scarf, and her jeans half-tucked into tanned leather ankle boots.

Elegant: Kylie Minogue, 50, oozed elegance as she stepped out in London on Wednesday, clad in jeans and a dusky pink longline coat, with a nude fedora atop her head

Elegant: Kylie Minogue, 50, oozed elegance as she stepped out in London on Wednesday, clad in jeans and a dusky pink longline coat, with a nude fedora atop her head

Kylie opted to wear a mottled grey sweater beneath her pretty pink coat, and held onto the short straps of a tanned bucket bag as she strolled along.

The pop sensation finished off her look with a pair of dark brown shades shielding her eyes and a nude fedora with a grosgrain ribbon atop her head.

Despite being a global icon, Kylie recently told The Sunday Times that she’s previously thought about throwing the towel in on her showbiz career.

‘There have been times when I’ve thought, “I just can’t.” But you’ve got to take the knocks because they’re always coming,’ admitted Kylie. 

Cowgirl chic: The petite beauty gave a stylish nod to cowgirl chic with a fuchsia pattered neck-scarf, and her jeans half-tucked into tanned leather ankle boots

Cowgirl chic: The petite beauty gave a stylish nod to cowgirl chic with a fuchsia pattered neck-scarf, and her jeans half-tucked into tanned leather ankle boots

Stylish: The pop sensation finished off her look with a tanned bucket bag, dark brown shades and a nude fedora with a grosgrain ribbon atop her head

Stylish: The pop sensation finished off her look with a tanned bucket bag, dark brown shades and a nude fedora with a grosgrain ribbon atop her head

When asked what goes in to being a pop star, she continued: ‘[It] takes a lot of work, graft and insecurity – not always what the wrapped-up end product looks like.  

‘It ain’t all roses. But maybe otherwise it wouldn’t be as sweet in the end.’ 

After four decades in the industry, the Melbourne-born performer went on to joke that people often tell her to ‘slow down’.

‘I keep threatening my team that I’m going to retire,’ the star laughed, before confirming she’s going nowhere anytime soon. 

'It ain't all roses': Kylie recently reflected on the amount of 'work, graft and insecurity' required to succeed in the showbiz industry during an interview with The Sunday Times

 ‘It ain’t all roses’: Kylie recently reflected on the amount of ‘work, graft and insecurity’ required to succeed in the showbiz industry during an interview with The Sunday Times 

'There have been times when I've thought, "I just can't."': Despite being a global icon, the 50-year-old said she's previously thought about throwing the towel in

‘There have been times when I’ve thought, “I just can’t.”‘: Despite being a global icon, the 50-year-old said she’s previously thought about throwing the towel in

Next month, the Spinning Around singer will take to the stage during the ‘Legends’ slot at Glastonbury festival, and has said she’s ‘bound to cry’ at the event.

Kylie was supposed to perform at the music extravaganza in 2005, but was forced to pull out a month before when she discovered that she had breast cancer.

‘I’m bound to cry. It’s going to happen,’ added Kylie, while discussing the show. 

She's going nowhere! Despite this, Kylie will take to the stage during the 'Legends' slot at Glastonbury festival in June, and has said she's 'bound to cry' at the event

She’s going nowhere! Despite this, Kylie will take to the stage during the ‘Legends’ slot at Glastonbury festival in June, and has said she’s ‘bound to cry’ at the event 

Daily Mail UK

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