Heartbroken Winehouse ‘takes comfort in Rastafarian horse riding coach’May 1st, 2009 - 4:53 pm ICT by ANI
London, May 1 (ANI): Amy Winehouse has been overcoming her marriage breakdown woes with the help of a horse riding coach, according to reports.
The troubled pop star, who is in the middle of a divorce with jailbird hubby Blake Fielder-Civil, has allegedly had a shoulder to cry on, that of her recent friend Fidel Missore in St. Lucia.
“Fidel has been a shoulder to cry on for Amy. He has been her rock. She has told him she still loves Blake and wants to get back with him,” the Sun quoted an island source as saying.
“She cried her eyes out as she told him Blake had filed for divorce and may have got another girl pregnant. Fidel comforted her, hugging her and making jokes to try and make her smile.
“Whenever she sees Fidel, she can’t stop smiling. He is a fantastic, calming influence on her. They have become really close since Amy returned to St Lucia - and I’m sure he is one of the big reasons why she has decided to move there permanently,” the source added. (ANI)
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