Winehouse’s love letters could cost her millions

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  • Amy's lover letters to be used in divorce

    Amy Winehouse’s hubby, Blake Fielder-Civil, plans to use a love letter from the singer as a weapon in their upcoming divorce case.

    Blake’s lawyers will use the steamy letters to argue that he was instrumental in her life and career.

    They claim that he was the inspiration behind her hit songs and therefore entitled to half of her £10 million fortune, the News of the World reported.

    In the six page note she wrote: ‘I pinch myself thinking about pinching you baby. Oh to kiss your skin.

    ‘You are grace and majesty, Your lips with mine are royal cushions that carry away in sweet savage dreams the minute they meet. You are a real boy. Everything I could pray for. Really my Boy Wonder.’

    As well as gushing about her feelings for her hubby, the 25-year-old described her pain at his imprisonment for assault and attempting to pervert the course of justice, saying she cried ‘hot tears of frustration’.

    Most worryingly for Amy and her legal team, the Back to Black singer went on to suggest penning future songs based on their relationship, she said: ‘So I’m thinking how about I write you a few albums instead.’

    The singer continued: ‘Please my darling, think of the simple sweetness that I live for: to wake up and see you before anything else, to smell and taste you!! Oh Blakey, I love you.’

    She signed off: ‘Heart you husband, my wonderboy. Your wanton wife in wait. Your marmaduke Civil. Amy xxxx’

    Blake’s mother, Georgette Civil, gave the love letters to the paper claiming that they completely contradicted claims by Amy that Blake was ‘rubbish in bed‘.

    She added: ‘Amy’s been incredibly cruel with her comments. It was so unnecessary. This love letter completely contradicts what she’s been saying. It will be an important part of his divorce case.’


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