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13 July 2012, 12:59 | Updated: 13 July 2012, 13:03
The 'Spectrum' singer decides it's time to get her own place after filling mum's house with clothes.
Florence & The Machine star Florence Welch has revealed that she is finally moving out of her family home at the age of 25.
The 'Spectrum' star said she decided to find her own home because she felt bad that her clothes were taking so much space.
But the star has not moved far – her new South London house is just a few streets away from her family home.
"All this stuff has happened but I am still at home," she said in an interview with The Sun earlier this year.
"I feel bad for my mum, especially because of my clothes. It's like a constant battle between me and my wardrobe."
The singer added: "My two goals as a teenager were to move out and also to have a music career. It seems one has really taken precedence and made the other one quite hard."
Florence was among the live acts who took to the stage at the BRIT Awards earlier this year:
Earlier this week, Florence & The Machine were forced to pull out of their appearance at this weekend's Benicassim festival in Spain due to illness.
The 'Dog Days Are Over' singer has been advised to rest by doctors after suffering a throat problem.
Meanwhile, Florence's new single 'Spectrum', which has been remixed by Calvin Harris, is on course to top the Vodafone Big Top 40 this weekend.