Dionne Bromfield unsure about Amy marriage
- Bang Showbiz
- 27 October 2009
Dionne Bromfield, Amy Winehouse's goddaughter, insists she has ''no idea'' if rumours the 'Back to Black' star has remarried Blake Fielder-Civil are true
Amy Winehouse's goddaughter "doesn't know" if she has remarried Blake Fielder-Civil.
The 'Back to Black' singer sparked speculation she had retied the knot with her ex-husband at the weekend after the pair changed their Facebook statuses to read 'Married' but 13-year-old Dionne Bromfield insists the singer hasn't even talked about Blake with her.
When asked about the rumours at the Q Awards in London yesterday (26.10.09), Dionne - who has been described by Amy as being like a "sister" to her - told BANG Showbiz: "I don't know about this, I haven't spoken to her about it. I don't even know if it's true.
"She wasn't with me at the weekend, I don't know where she was."
Amy, 26, was also in attendance at the ceremony, held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, and caused controversy by arriving late to present an award to The Specials, and later heckled Robert Plant as he received his Outstanding Contribution To Music honour.
After the awards, Amy was seen looking worse-for-wear at the Gaucho restaurant, where she accidentally exposed her breasts to photographers.
Despite her antics, Dionne insists Amy - a recovering drug addict - has cut down on her alcohol consumption and forbids her from consuming any intoxicating beverages.
Dionne - who is signed to Amy's Lioness record label, and is soon to release her first album 'Introducing Dionne Bromfield' - added: "Amy is being very good now with drinking, so to me she's like, 'Dionne, no alcohol,' and I'm like, 'Hello, I'm 13, what can I do?' She doesn't even have to tell me that, I'm a sensible kid.
"The best piece of advice Amy's given me is to keep my feet on the ground and keep on the correct path."
Amy and Blake's divorce was finalised less than two months ago.
Minutes after updating his relationship status at the weekend, Blake posted a message on the social networking website reading: "Can't argue with true love. What's the point?"
The post prompted dozens of the couple's friends to write messages of congratulations on the site.