London, Feb 26 (ANI): Brit singer Amy Winehouse is apparently heading back home to London in a bid to save her marriage to hubby Blake Fielder-Civil.
Fielder-Civil was released from jail on February 25, but Winehouse did not have any idea about it, and when she came to know about it in St Lucia, where she has been holidaying since December, she decided to return.
"Hearing Blake was out brought lots of emotions back for Amy," the Sun quoted a pal as saying.
"She feels like she was the last to know he was getting released and that hurt. She is desperate to see him again and wants to work things out. She still loves him," the pal said.
The Rehab singer's hubby was released from Edmunds Hill prison in Suffolk, where his mum, Georgette, met him.
Fielder-Civil had filed for divorce from inside the jail last month, after he saw Winehouse frolicking with other men on the sunshine isle, and he is determined to see the divorce through.
"It's all going ahead - but I don't really know what will happen. It's just nice to be on the outside again. Now I am going to get over my drug habit," he said.
Winehouse, on the other hand, has been doing well in her battle against heroin and crack cocaine addiction, but friends fear that her coming back to London might do her damage.
"We are nervous about her returning to London and seeing Blake," a pal said.
"She thinks their fights and problems are romantic in a tortured love kind of way. We think it's a bit sad - and very dangerous.
"But I suppose if he can really quit drugs and they can have a clean, healthy relationship then we'd have to wish them luck," the pal added. (ANI)