"Their love is so powerful – nothing will stop them from being together whatever anyone else thinks," the Mirror quoted her as saying. She added that the two would marry once Blake's rehab period gets over on February 9 next year. She said: "They've battled their demons and are absolutely off drugs. As soon as Blake finishes his term in rehab he'll be straight back with Amy in London."
The former lovers apparently talk to each other over the phone. Georgette added: "They'll lock the doors and won't answer the phones. But I know it won't be long before I get a call from Blake saying, 'Mum, I'm at the airport and we're flying off to get married'. They talk about how they felt lost until they found each other again. They aren't jealous about what they got up to during the split and they don't go over the past. Blake told me, 'Mum, you know she's the love of my life and we're back together'. I knew deep down they'd been back in touch so it wasn't a huge surprise."
"Blake told me they both felt pressured into the divorce and that it was just a piece of paper. It meant nothing else. They have both told me they feel like the other side of the coin to each other. Blake and Amy were on the phone one day and they said for a giggle, 'Oh, let's get married again'. But then Amy said, 'I'm putting the ring back on' and it became serious. When I ring Blake, all he talks about is Amy. She was always in the background in his life. She never went away."
Georgette further said that the two are planning a secret wedding. She said: "They don't want all the fuss of a big wedding here and I'm sure they will do the same again. Drugs changed their personalities and they had to split up to fight their demons. They had no choice.
"What's amazing is that they've both had time to take a long, hard look at themselves and decide that they want to be together. They could move to St Lucia and that's a decision I'd support as it would take them away from the temptations of the music industry in London. Yes, I'm worried in case they get involved in drugs again but I have faith in them and that they won't go back to that life."