Amy Is Living Life on the Reg; NEW BLOKE IS 'THE ONE' SAYS Good, It's Going Well, It's Going AMY Winehouse Has Spokenreally WINEHOUSE Professor Green and Amy Was

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Amy Is Living Life on the Reg; NEW BLOKE IS 'THE ONE' SAYS Good, It's Going Well, It's Going AMY Winehouse Has Spokenreally WINEHOUSE Professor Green and Amy Was


Byline: Clemmie Moodie; Danielle Lawler

AMY Winehouse has spoken of her love for boyfriend Reg Traviss for the very first time, telling us: "He's the one."

She reckons the clean-cut film director is perfect, especially after her turbulent marriage to bad boy Blake Fielder-Civil. And we couldn't agree more. Even so, Reg hasn't stopped her partying.

We tried to keep up with Wino as she kicked off a wild Wednesday night out at the ViceStyle.com party at the Reebok Lounge in Shoreditch, East London.

In between trying on trainers, Amy told us: "It's good, it's going well, it's going really well. He's looking after me, he's a really good guy. Things are good now. He's really good influence on me. I'm a lucky girl." Ahh.

The 26-year-old has already invited Reg to move into her fivebedroomed pad in North London. But she was happy to leave him in Soho, watching the England match with his mates, while she said to us: "Come on we're going back to Camden. …

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