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Wedding predicted for Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse will remarry Blake Fielder-Civil and have children, according to a psychic.
Recovering drug addict Blake's mother Georgette Civil contacted celebrity medium Denise Harrison, who did a special reading to see what the future holds for her son and his singer ex-wife.
The psychic claimed things will be positive for the couple and they will elope to tie the knot for a second time when Blake leaves rehab in Sheffield, Northern England, next month.
Denise also stated they will go on a "spiritual journey" together, but both will stay off drugs.
Georgette, 46, said: "I wanted to know whether their future was going to be positive.
"Denise told me that they are going to remarry very soon. It's going to be abroad. She said they would always be together because of the huge bond between them.
"In the long-term they are going to be free of drugs, go on a spiritual journey, and they will live happily and have children.
"Spirits are guarding Amy and Blake and want them to have a happy future together."
Meanwhile, Amy is currently staying in a hotel after blowing the electrics in her London home by playing loud music.
Amy, 26, and Blake, 31, originally wed in May 2007 in Miami but divorced in August 2009, after Blake filed for divorce on grounds of adultery.Posted on 25 Jan 2010 10:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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