Winehouse to move to St Lucia?

Amy Winehouse is turning her back on her native England to set up home in the Caribbean, according to a UK newspaper

The 'Back To Black' hitmaker enjoyed an extended holiday in St. Lucia earlier this year, before returning to London in March.

She spent just 33 days back in the capital before heading back to the paradise island.

And Winehouse is keen to call St. Lucia home - she's looking to buy a property to live there permanently, reported The Sun.

A source told the publication: "Amy is fed up with all the stress and trauma that comes with being in London. She has made so many friends in St. Lucia and says it feels like home. When she returned to the UK in March she felt like a total outsider.

"She has her heart set on one house in particular. It is massive, right on the beach and has its own big garden, too."

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