Amy Winehouse's parents paid an emotional visit to their late daughter's home yesterday on the first anniversary of her death.
Mitch and Janis Winehouse joined fans outside the singer's Camden home, where she was found dead on 23 July last year, and laid flowers and left tributes to Amy.
The scenes yesterday were reminiscent of that of a year ago, when thousands of fans lined the streets around Amy's home in the days after her death, where they collectively mourned the singer's passing.
The pair were joined by Amy's best friend and The Voice finalist Tyler James as they walked around her empty home, which was recently put on the market for £2.7m.
Mitch also signed copies of his new book about Amy for fans, which he spoke about yesterday in an exclusively blog for HuffPost UK.
"I thought a lot about Amy's relationship with music, her own and the music of other artists, while I was writing my book," he said.
"Sometimes listening to Amy's music helps me; sometimes it makes me feel more sad. I miss Amy more than I can say."
> IN PICS: INSIDE AMY WINEHOUSE'S HOME