Susan Boyle moves to London
Susan Boyle has finally agreed to move to London after her management and family told her she needed to find a safer home
Susan Boyle is looking for a home in London.
The 'I Dreamed A Dream' singer - whose property in West Lothian, Scotland, was broken into by a fan in January - has reportedly agreed to look for a home in the UK capital after being persuaded by executives at her record label, Simon Cowell's SyCo, that she would be safer there.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "She has now agreed to move to a place in the city, where she'll stay when busy working. During promotion commitments, it is thought she will stay for weeks at a time.
"The flat will be cat-friendly, so she can take Pebbles too. To see her in a secure location will ease a lot of minds."
The 48-year-old star - who wants to have moved into the new property by the summer - has now got her management looking for suitable apartments in the city, with the exclusive Chelsea area thought to be of interest.
Susan's family recently spoke out about how they thought she needed round the clock care after a series of security alerts.
Her brother John said: "She needs 24-hour care. She needs to be looked after".
Her other sibling Gerry confirmed she was having difficulties adjusting to her new found fame.
He added: "The travelling and the whole fame thing is exhausting. She still has her anxieties and her loneliness."