accompanying the 50-year-old singer while she performs in the French capital. Surrounded by nannies, they all headed off to the Tuileries Entertainment Park. London Lite Monday, 13 July 2009 9 Subjecttotermsandconditionswhichcanbefoundonwww.gatwickairport.com gatwickairport.com eye Gavins gone a little bit overboard about his boat Give us a smile, Kevin ENGLAND batsman Kevin Pietersen cut a lonely figure outside Boujis in South Kensington this morning. Perhaps he was waiting for the young royals to turn up -- Boujis is a favourite of William and Harry. Despite staying out until the wee hours, Kevin, 29, wont suffer the guilt of a working hangover today. The second Test doesnt start until Thursday. SEE SPORT: 38-39 All aboard: a motor yacht similar to Gavins COULD it be that Gavin Henson is quitting rugby to become a full-time member of the yachting set? Sources say Charlotte Churchs other half has fallen out of love with the game and is keen to become a man of leisure aboard his 800,000 monster pleasure craft. The Wales centre, 27, broke the news to his Ospreys team-mates on Saturday, telling them he dreams of filling his days tacking rather than tackling. Henson and Church, 23, have already spent much of this summer sailing between France and the Isle of Man with their two children, Ruby, 21 months, and Dexter, six months. Sea lovers: Gavin Henson and Charlotte Church Theyflewme backtoBlighty ...andIsaid boohoohoo NOBODY likes returning to England after a holiday in the sun -- but not too many people go so far as to burst into tears. But, then, Amy Winehouse is different from the rest of us. The singer had an emotional homecoming this morning, after a controversial and troubled eight-month stay on the island of St Lucia. The Back To Black star, flew into Gatwick airport this morning, looking a lot healthier than we remember (which can only be a good thing). But, as she was escorted out of the terminal building and into a waiting car, a red-eyed Winehouse, 25, couldnt contain her relief to be home as the tears began to show. The singer has been staying on the island since Christmas to record her third album. But her wild and drunken behaviour has hardly been music to the ears of the locals -- many of whom felt that she had outstayed her welcome. A source said: Shes been Final stroll: Amy walked on the beach in St Luicia, above, before her teary return to London All smiles: David Banda and Mercy yesterday DAVID BANDA and Mercy James -- the adopted children of Madonna -- were treated to another day out in Paris yesterday. The kids, along with Madges other children Lourdes and Rocco -- are banned from hotels, the bars dont want her there, and locals see her as a nuisance when shes drunk. Her friends have all left and gone back home, and her mum and dad couldnt stay in St Lucia with her as she was acting up too much. Amy probably thought it was best to come home before she was politely asked to leave the island. Before she left for the airport she took a goodbye stroll along the beach, with one of her stray mutts by her side. We revealed a couple of weeks ago that Amys fledgling record label -- Lioness -- was poised to release its first album, recorded by her backing singer Zalon. So perhaps shes back to do a spot of work! FrenchfunforDavidandMercy Max Thurlow (max.thurlow@thelondonlite.co.uk) Lonely figure: Kevin Pietersen this morning index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html