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Depp, Heard ‘having marital issues’

Published 20/04/2015

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have supposedly only spent a few days together after tying the knot in February.

The Hollywood couple married each other in an intimate ceremony at Johnny’s Los Angeles home in early February after dating for three years.

But it’s claimed they’ve only spent a few days in each other’s company since their union, as 28-year-old actress Amber headed to London to film her forthcoming movie The Danish Girl soon after they tied the knot.

"It's not surprising that they haven't spent much time together, because they seemed to have a lot of relationship problems in the months leading up to the wedding," a source told People magazine. "When the wedding finally happened in February, it had been postponed several times. ... Amber had her wedding dress for months before they settled on a wedding date."

Johnny injured his finger while shooting Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales on location in Australia last month. The 51-year-old star had to fly back home to Los Angeles for surgery following the injury.

It’s claimed Johnny’s behaviour in Australia also put a strain on his marriage with Amber.

“As soon as Johnny arrived in Australia, he was partying hard," another insider informs the magazine. "After he got injured, no one was surprised. He didn't seem to care at all about filming and was all about partying.

"The set has been told that as of Friday, Johnny was still recovering in Los Angeles. There are rumours on the set that he was in rehab. Everyone is anxiously waiting to see what will happen this week."

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