Singer Amy Winehouse and her husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, have both checked into a "retreat" in Essex, England, Fielder-Civil confirmed to BBC Radio One.
"The main thing is me and Amy both are getting better," Fielder-Civil said from Winehouse's North London home Thursday. "Don't worry, she's being looked after. We're going back to this retreat. She's determined to get well."
Blake Fielder-Civil said the pair - who surprised many with their quick engagement and wedding
in May - is focused on recovery.
"It's not as bad as everyone thinks, but she's fine, she's loved and looked after," he said.
The couple were interviewed outside Winehouse's home, where they went after visiting three pubs in Camden, spending 10 minutes in each.
THG NOTE: Did that just say Amy and Blake visited three pubs prior to being interviewed... about checking into rehab?
What are we missing here?
"We only came back to get a guitar," Blake Fielder-Civil, 23, said. "But of course, in the paper, that's interpreted that me and Amy are both so weak we left after three days."
Earlier in the day, Winehouse's rep refuted that the singer was, or is, in rehab, but announced the cancellation of all Amy's August shows.
Still, when Amy Winehouse was asked yesterday if reports of her drug abuse were true, she said casually: "I wouldn't say so, no."
The 23-year-old train wreck, who's been looking noticeably thinner lately, added: "I'm fine, I've put on half a stone [7 pounds] and I'm fine."
Before the couple made their getaway in a waiting car, Fielder-Civil said reports that Amy Winehouse is addicted to heroin and cocaine are trumped up.
"I wouldn't believe it, no," he said. "I would say there are a few problems there, but certainly not the magnitude that my mom was falsely quoted as saying."
On August 8, Amy Winehouse was admitted with exhaustion to London's University College London Hospital, before being treated and released.