Amy Winehouse's best friends break down watching old clip of the singer

Amy Winehouse's best friends break down watching old clip of the singer
Amy Winehouse's best friends break down watching old clip of the singer

Amy Winehouse's best friends broke down in tears as they watched an old clip of the late singer saying she wanted kids on the BBC documentary Reclaiming Amy shown on Friday night.

Chantelle Dusette and Catriona Gourley struggled to contain their emotions in the scenes as the Rehab songstress told how she would have 'liked two or three children'.  

Amy passed away in July 2011 following a vodka binge alone in her bedroom, where she was found by her security guard and the documentary focused on her life with intimate interviews with her parents Janis and Mitch and close friends.

Upset: Amy Winehouse's best friends broke down in tears as they watched an old clip of the late singer saying she wanted kids on the BBC documentary Reclaiming Amy shown on Friday night

Upset: Amy Winehouse's best friends broke down in tears as they watched an old clip of the late singer saying she wanted kids on the BBC documentary Reclaiming Amy shown on Friday night

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In the resurfaced interview Amy said of potential motherhood: 'In 10 years time I'd like to have a couple of kids. Like two or three. I'd like to be there.'  

Close friend Catriona - who also had a romantic relationship with Amy - was the first to break down in tears as she admitted that Amy 'wanted to be a mum'.

'That's the bit where I get upset,' she confessed as the footage played. 

Sad: Chantelle Dusette and Catriona Gourley (pictured) struggled to contain their emotions in the scenes as the Rehab songstress told how she would have 'liked two or three children'

Sad: Chantelle Dusette and Catriona Gourley (pictured) struggled to contain their emotions in the scenes as the Rehab songstress told how she would have 'liked two or three children'

Heartbreaking: Chantelle (pictured) says in the interview: 'She would have been a beautiful mum' after watching the clip

Heartbreaking: Chantelle (pictured) says in the interview: 'She would have been a beautiful mum' after watching the clip

Chantelle then said: 'She would have been a beautiful mum. Yeah.' 

In the film her friends went on to explain how Amy's body started to shut down due to her use of drugs and alcohol and battle with bulimia. 

Chantelle explained: 'Through that process of on/off, on/off [alcohol] in the extremities and because of the bulimia as well, it was all these things were kind of attacking her physically.

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'I never saw Amy as fragile, but I think her body was starting to get a bit more fragile.' 

Loss: In the resurfaced interview Amy said of potential motherhood: 'In 10 years time I'd like to have a couple of kids. Like two or three. I'd like to be there'

Loss: In the resurfaced interview Amy said of potential motherhood: 'In 10 years time I'd like to have a couple of kids. Like two or three. I'd like to be there'

Amy's mum Janis also admitted her heartbreak at not being able to do more to help her daughter at the height of her addiction due to her Multiple sclerosis diagnosis years earlier. 

Viewers were left heartbroken at the

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