Amy Winehouse Planned To Have Baby With Blake Fielder-Civil Before She Died?

25 June 2012, 15:40

The 'Back To Black' singer reportedly wanted a child called Lucky before she sadly passed away last year.

The mother of Amy Winehouse's ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil has apparently confessed that the late singer wanted a child with her former partner before she passed away.

The 'Rehab' singer - who died back in July 2011 – was reportedly still "besotted" with Blake even after they ended their marriage.

Georgette Fielder-Civil told The Sun that she had seen letters from the singer after the split which indicated her true feelings.

"Blake has a tarnished reputation but he and Amy were in love," she told the publication. "The letters show Amy was totally in love with Blake. She was besotted.

"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.

She added: "She called Blake her proudest achievement."

You can view a picture of Amy during one of her final live shows below: (Picture: PA)

The couple married in May 2007 before splitting after two years together.

Georgette continued that the pair remained in contact after their divorce and said the letters she aw revealed pet names for one another.

"I remember odd phrases she used. They were very Amy. She said they were 'twinnies' separated at birth. There were cartoons, drawings, and doodles," she said. "I got goosebumps when Blake showed me them. The DNA of their relationship was all there."

Meanwhile, R&B star Usher recently told MTV that he had planned to collaborate with the star before she died and believed it would have made for one of the "most incredible records ever".

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