The Sun newspaper has revealed “Our Day Will Come” love letters to Blake from Amy. Amy Winehouse sent her husband Blake Fielder-Civil love letters just months before their divorce was granted in 2009.
Sadly, the two love letters to Blake from Amy are up for sale by their private owner and are expected to fetch up to £1,200 each when they are sold at auction this Saturday.
Amy Winehouse told Blake: Our day will come
Valentine’s sent after he filed for divorce
AMY Winehouse pleaded with Blake Fielder-Civil not to forget their love in a moving Valentine’s card sent after he filed for divorce.
The tragic singer told him “our day will come” in two missives sent months before their divorce in 2009 and while he was in jail for perverting the course of justice.
In one card, Amy — who died from alcohol poisoning last July — wrote: “Oh Blake, You are an ache in my guts darling, every pang I feel in my body, I belong to you and always have.
“I can’t wait to propose to you every single day we wake up alongside each other.
“OUR day WILL COME.”
She signed Gemma Mermaid — a made-up name she used so they could chat anonymously online.
Song Our Day Will Come is a track on Amy’s posthumously released album Lioness: Hidden Treasures.
Amy sent the two notes to Blake from St Lucia, where she spent months writing her third album.
A month earlier, the troubled star had told a Sunday newspaper she had kicked her habit and found love with aspiring actor Jack Bowman, prompting Fielder-Civil to begin divorce proceedings.
But another card reveals how Amy pleaded with Blake not to give up on their relationship.
Revealing her deep-rooted bond with her junkie husband, she wrote: “You really are all I’ve got Blake, don’t forget us I plead with all my heart. Your WIFE, Amy xx
Blake was released from prison a week later, but the pair went ahead with their divorce — filed by Blake on the grounds of adultery — in July of that year.
The cards have been put up for sale by a private owner and are expected to fetch up to £1,200 each when they are sold at auction this Saturday.
Last month we revealed that even after the divorce Amy begged Blake for a baby called Lucky.
In hand-written letters — which Blake’s mum Georgette claims to have seen — Amy wrote that she wanted to conceive the child on Valentine’s Day.
Blake is currently serving a 32-month prison sentence in Leeds following a conviction for burglary and fake gun possession.
It’s our opinion that these love letters to Blake from Amy are personal.
It was reported by The Sun in 2009 that Amy was suing her former mother-in-law Georgette for selling one of her love letters. A steamy note written by Amy’s husband Blake Fielder-Civil while he was imprisoned for assault and perverting justice.
In a recent interview with Metro, Mitch Winehouse was quoted as saying that he was more concerned by the press than Amy was. “She was very philosophical about it, she said, ‘It’s tomorrow’s chip paper, so forget about it.’ She was far more sensible than I was with that stuff. It didn’t bother her.”
It begs the question – would these heartfelt love letters to Blake from Amy being made public and sold have bothered Amy is she was still alive?
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