Amber Heard Shocks Fans as She Quits Hollywood and Moves to Madrid with Daughter
Actress Amber Heard has reportedly left Hollywood and relocated to Madrid with her daughter, Oonagh. A friend of the actress, who spoke to the Daily Mail’s Alison Boshoff, revealed that Heard is bilingual in Spanish and is raising her daughter away from the noise of Hollywood.
The friend added that while the 37-year-old actress has no plans to return to work anytime soon, she may return when the right project arises. Reps for Heard have yet to respond to Page Six’s request for comment. In July 2022, Heard sold her home in Yucca Valley, California, for USD 1.1 million and has since been spotted enjoying Spain’s beaches and parks.
Heard, who is known for her work in films such as “Aquaman,” “Pineapple Express,” “Zombieland,” and “Magic Mike XXL,” has been embroiled in drama and legal battles since her marriage to Johnny Depp dissolved in 2016 and heard accused Depp of domestic violence, leading to a restraining order and a finalized divorce in 2017.
Depp later sued News Group Newspapers for libel when it referred to him as a “wife beater,” but he lost the case. Finally, in 2022, Depp sued Heard for defamation over an op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post about being a victim of domestic abuse, leading to a highly publicized trial that Depp ultimately won.
Since then, there have been multiple #JusticeForJohnnyDepp movements, with fans supporting Depp and calling for Heard to lose her role in “Aquaman.” However, with Heard now living in Spain and focusing on raising her daughter away from the noise of Hollywood, it appears that she may be taking a break from acting for the time being. While she has two upcoming films, “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” and “In the Fire,” already in post-production, there is no news yet on when she may return to the big screen. However, there have been rumors that Heard could appear in Margot Robbie’s female reboot of “Pirates of the Caribbean,” so fans must wait and see what the future holds for the actress.