She hinted she'll be back in Australia for upcoming projects in September, pictured before the Mornings Show on Monday The singer has been back in Australia for three days promoting her new album which will see her cover songs by male artists, as well as attending promotional events on behalf of South Australian brand Kalis Jewellery.'I just moved back to London I was in LA for a couple of years - much happier,' said the former Neighbours star who has been cutting her teeth starring in an Alan Ayckbourn's play Things We Do For Love.Natalie Imbruglia appears to have confirmed her new romance with photographer Matt Field in an Instagram post shared with fans on Friday.The striking 42-year-old uploaded a sweet selfie showing the couple together, and simply captioned it with a love heart emoji.Last year, she finally set the record straight on some of her reported romances with the likes of Robbie Williams, Harry Styles and even Prince Harry.Speaking to magazine, she said of former Take That star Robbie, "No, never happened." Asked about One Direction star Harry, she stated, "No." And when asked about the Prince, to whom she was linked in 2009 following his split from Chelsy Davy, she answered: "No.
It sold 350,000 in the UK three weeks after release and was certified platinum.
Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia, 40, bundled up in stylish winter clothes in London on Wednesday as she walked her dog with a male pal, believed to be Swiss soccer player Raphael Spiegel, 23Last year, she finally set the record straight on several of her alleged love interests, including claims she had relationships with singer Robbie Williams, One Direction star Harry Styles and fifth-in-line to the British Crown Prince Harry.
She has been in nine celebrity relationships averaging approximately 1.0 year each.
As of 2011, 'Torn' was the most played song on Australian radio since 1990, played 300,500 times since 1998, an average of 75 a day, based on data compiled by the Australian Performing Rights Association (APRA).
It was released as a radio single in the US, but not on CD.