Fielder-Civil 'two-timing' Winehouse

Blake Fielder-Civil is "two-timing" Amy Winehouse with a German model.

The former video production assistant has been sending racy texts to ex-girlfriend Sophie Schandorff, despite promising to give his relationship with Amy – who he divorced last month – another chance.

Just days after Amy's father Mitch Winehouse threw Blake out of Amy's North London home after catching him in bed with the 'Rehab' singer, Blake started planning a series of steamy encounters with Sophie.

The 23-year-old blonde beauty is even moving to England to be with him.

According to Britain’s Daily Star newspaper, in one message, Sophie said: “Welcome back you. When will I see your pretty face?”

Blake replied: “Soph’ say the word, I’ve got something to give you anyway.”

She later said: “Sweets I’m back in London town in 15 days for good, for good.x.”

When Blake didn't reply immediately, Sophie sent a single question mark, prompting him to say: "Will call".

After giving a series of tell-all interviews about his relationship with Amy, Blake revealed he still loved the singer and predicted they would wed for a second time soon.

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