Amy reveals love doubts with beau Traviss

Amy reveals love doubts with beau Traviss

Amy Winehouse doesn't know if she loves her boyfriend.

The 'Back to Black' singer - who is believed to be dating film director Reg Traviss, despite recent reports suggesting he has been romancing his former flame - admitted while she isn't sure whether she's in love, she would die a "happy" woman if tomorrow were her last day.

When asked whether she is happy with her life, Amy told Harper's Bazaar magazine: "I don't know what you mean. I've got a very nice boyfriend. He's very good to me. I hardly know if I'm in love yet. We've only been together three and a half months.

"If I died tomorrow, I would be a happy girl."

However, while the British star says she is enjoying her new relationship, the 'Psychosis' director has reportedly become tired of "babysitting" Amy when she goes out drinking.

An insider recently revealed: "Amy's worried her drinking is driving him into his ex-girlfriend's arms. Reg gets fed up with babysitting her when she's drunk and talking nonsense. She's crazy about him and really wants to keep hold of him, as he's a good influence on her."

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