Fielder-Civil mother hopes for Winehouse reunion

Blake Fielder-Civil’s mother hopes he remarries Amy Winehouse next year.

Georgette Civil, 46, is happy her 31-year-old son is apparently back with the ‘Rehab’ singer following their divorce in August, and thinks they will get married again next year because they are still very much in love.

She said: “Neither of them really wanted a divorce. I hope that this time around, drug free and with their families to support them, they can work through any problems.

“I’m convinced her and Blake will marry 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.”

Although Georgette is keen for the couple – who tied the knot in a secret Miami ceremony in 2007 - to remarry, she thinks their divorce was the right thing to do because their romance had become unworkable.

She added in an interview with New! magazine: “I thought a divorce was the best thing for both of them at the time, as they were a destructive influence on each other. But I was sad Blake had lost the love of his life.”

Amy, 26, recently spent 36 hours holed up in Blake’s home in Sheffield, England, where he is completing a stint in rehab.

According to Georgette, they started speaking on the phone in September and in November Amy started wearing her wedding ring again.

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