Kelly Osbourne moves in with new man

Kelly Osbourne has moved into a new house with her boyfriend Rob Damiani.

The 26-year-old TV presenter - who broke up with model Luke Worrall late last year following revelations he cheated on her - only announced she was dating the British rocker two weeks ago, but things seems to have moved quickly, with removal vans spotted taking belongings from her house to a Beverly Hills apartment.



Posting about the move on twitter, she wrote: "moving day is finally here!!!! of course i left everything to the last min and did not sleep last night due to stressing + excitement!



"today really is the first day of my new life after today all my trash will be taken out! i could not be happier! I'm getting a fresh start! (sic)"



However, blonde Kelly quickly realised her new apartment was not all it seems - as she is too short to reach many of the fixtures and shelves.



She joked: "Never noticed when I was first looking at my new place that all the fixtures were built for a tall man! I need a stool to brush my teeth! (sic)".



When recently discussing her new love, Kelly claimed she would be taking things slowly with Don Broco musician Rob.



She said: "It's true, I'm having fun getting to know someone new. I met Rob over in the UK recently, and I want to take things slowly, so that means keeping some things private."



Last month, Kelly blasted her ex-fiancee Luke, telling her followers on twitter he'd had sex with both other women and men during their relationship.



She claimed in her post: "He is the worst thing that ever happened to me...I have never felt heartbreak like this in my life. I only came home for Xmas to see him meanwhile he has been f*****g hundreds of girls as well as men behind my back. (sic)"

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