Letters written to Blake Fielder-Civil by Amy Winehouse showed that the late songstress was begging for her one-time husband to provide her a baby called Lucky, according to the UK's Sun newspaper. In further revelations, given by Fielder-Civil's mother Georgette, Winehouse continued to sign off her letters "your wife" even after the couple had got divorced. He currently remains in prison for burglary and fake gun possession.
"Blake has a tarnished reputation but he and Amy were in love. They fell in love and drugs got in the way," Georgette said, "The letters show Amy was totally in love with Blake. She was besotted." Continuing, she added "In one letter Amy wrote that Blake was definitely getting her pregnant within two months. She talked about conceiving the baby - which they would call Lucky - on Valentine's Day."
"Even after their divorce Amy told Blake she'd love him forever," Georgette continued, "They carried on talking to each other until a few months before she died. The last letter must have been in March 2010. She told Blake he knew her better than anyone." Talking about some of the specifics of the letters, she said "I remember odd phrases she used. They were very Amy. She said they were 'twinnies' separated at birth. There were cartoons, drawings, and doodles. I got goosebumps when Blake showed me them. The Dna of their relationship was all there. But there was a dark side. She also called Blake her most precious poisonous possession."
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