AMY Winehouse's ex Blake Fielder-Civil has been pictured swigging a can of Stella ahead of the 10th anniversary of her death.
The 39-year-old – who was married to music icon Amy for two years – wore a grey tracksuit as he drank on the street at midday.
He's now living in an estate in Leeds with his new love – who is named as “Bey”.
Music icon Amy and Blake, who shared a notoriously turbulent relationship, were wed in Miami in 2007 after an on/off romance.
Just months later they were pictured together after a furious bust-up – with Amy wearing smeared eye make up and bloodied ballet pumps and Blake with scratches on his neck.
It later emerged that the pair had been taking heroin.
Blake has previously admitted introducing her to the class A drug.
The following year saw the former public school pupil jailed for his part in a bar assault on a pub landlord – leading to Amy’s famous Grammy Awards tribute to: “My Blake, incarcerated.”
Blake filed for divorce from Amy shortly after his release, and their split was finalised in 2019.
Our exclusive pictures last week show the troubled ex con, who has served time for armed with robbery and drug offences, kissing his new girlfriend.
The pair, who are living in a two bed flat together in the city, pumped up their tyres on their vehicle before sharing a passionate kiss.
And speaking this week, the brunette confirmed she was in a “serious relationship” with the former junkie, adding: “I’m pretty protective of Blake.”
Blake is a dad of two children with his ex-lover Sarah Aspin.
Until recently he had not been seen in public since a TV appearance in 2018, which saw him slam former wife Amy’s family for putting on gigs with her performing as a hologram.
He went on to claim that accusations he had cashed in on her memory himself were “misleading” and added that he wasn’t “the only one” to blame for her tragic death of an alcohol overdose in 2011.
English singer and songwriter Amy passed away aged just 27 in 2011.
Before her death she was one of the biggest names in music known for her unique voice and powerful lyrics.
But she sadly died of alcohol poisoning and was found lifeless with a laptop on her bed and empty bottles of vodka on the floor in her North London flat.
She had battled drug and alcohol addiction as well as mental health issues since 2005.
As the tenth anniversary of her death approaches, Amy's friends and family will celebrate her short life by releasing the new documentary.
The film will feature interviews with mum Janis Winehouse, unseen family footage and BBC archive content.
Janis said: “I don’t feel the world knew the true Amy, the one that I brought up.
“I'm looking forward to the opportunity to offer an understanding of her roots and a deeper insight into the real Amy."
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