Sunday, August 7, 2011

The family of Amy Winehouse leaving Camden Town

Two weeks after the death of Amy Winehouse, the emotion is still at its height in the London neighborhood where she lived and loved, Camden Town. His fans have left gifts in memory of the soul diva around: portraits, letters, drawings, flowers and also bottles of alcohol. Many people still gather there to talk to her and sing to his memory.

For the relatives of the singer, this staging is beautiful and touching, but also very painful. It is impossible to catch their breath, and to grieve quietly. In addition, they are hounded by the paparazzi, interrogated and permanently berthed, and feel a great need for solitude. The parents of Amy Winehouse, her brother and her boyfriend Reg Traviss, with whom she would have engaged in secret, have decided to leave together for about ten days away from everything and everyone.

They want to make this trip a celebration of Amy's life, sharing their fondest memories, and sharing their time, in privacy. The location of this retreat is secret for the moment, hope the rest.

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