Amy Winehouse will re-marry my Blake next year says mum

(Daily Mirror)

Amy Winehouse and her ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil will remarry, according to the bad boy’s mum. Georgette Civil, 46, believes the couple were meant for each other and revealed Amy, 26, had starting wearing her wedding ring again. Georgette said: “In September, they started speaking to each other on the phone and in November Amy starting wearing her wedding ring again. When he told me, I gave him my support. Blake explained they tried to be apart and to see other people, but in the end they both realised they only want to be together. Neither of them really wanted a divorce. They don’t want to pretend any more. I hope that this time around, drug free and with their families to support them, they can work through any problems. I speak to Amy on the phone. She said to me recently, ‘You have an amazing son who is gorgeous and beautiful and sensitive. But other people don’t see it.’ I’m convinced Blake and her will remarry early next year. I don’t know when, where or how it will happen. I’d like to be at the wedding this time round, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they went away and got hitched without anyone knowing about it. Whatever they do, I think it’s going to be a happy ending this time.”

Amy fuelled speculation that the couple were back together when she was pictured clutching a bunch of roses Blake, 31, had given her. The Back To Black songstress has also spent 36 hours holed up at Blake’s flat in Sheffield, where he is completing a stint in rehab.

Georgette has given her full support to the relationship – despite the strain it has put on her own life. She said: “All this has taken a big toll on my own life. My relationship with Giles [her husband] broke down and he moved out in May. I reached my lowest ebb over the summer and even thought about ending it all.”

Georgette Civil, who has two other sons, said in the last four years she has had to face up to her son’s heroin addiction – but revealed he was now clean and believed Amy was too. She said: “At the start of this year, I put all my energies into finding the best possible rehab for Blake. In February, after he was released from jail, he went to the Phoenix Futures centre in Sheffield. It’s been a long process, but he’s finally getting there. He’s living independently with help from counsellors until February, when his licence finishes.”


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