Courtney Love is looking for a new husband in England
The Hole rocker - who is currently dating British art dealer Henry Allsopp - was recently elected the first Non Executive Officer for Rock `n` Roll of The Conservative Association at England`s prestigious Oxford University (OUCA), and told students she wants to settle down in the UK.
OUCA president-elect Joe Cooke said: "She said she wanted to launch a new life as a country squire. Her exact words to me were, I want to find a new husband.
"She thought we were the best place to find one."
Courtney - who has an 18-year-old daughter, Frances Bean, with her late husband Kurt Cobain - recently paid a visit to the association`s Port & Policy debate, where Joe said she was carrying a cane she claimed had belonged to former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, which she said she had bought as a present for rap mogul P. Diddy.
After she had been made a member of the club, Courtney contributed to debates and drank port with members, before displaying her love for England with a rendition of UK national anthem `God Save the Queen` and Oasis hit `Wonderwall`, while wearing the country`s flag.
Joe added to Q magazine: "She led the national anthem standing on the table with a toast to the queen before singing `Wonderwall` with the Union Jack draped over her."
Courtney has long been a fan of England, having travelled across the country when she was younger, after she had left home at the age of 15 and was living off a trust fund set up for her.
She even briefly lived with rocker Julian Cope in Liverpool.
She has previously said: "I am an Anglophile and loveEngland so much. I used to live there and always consider myself half English."