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Heard ‘wants Depp to sell bachelor pad’

Published 17/04/2015

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

Amber Heard is said to be eager for her and husband Johnny Depp to embark on a “clean start to their married life”.

The Hollywood A-listers tied the knot in February after dating for three years.

The couple are supposedly eager to have kids and it’s claimed 28-year-old Amber is asking Johnny to make room for their expanding brood by selling his beloved man den.

“It’s more like a museum or a clubhouse than a place you can raise a family,” a source told America’s OK! magazine website. “If he wants her to give him kids, which he most definitely does, he’s going to have to find them a real house in Hollywood.”

Johnny, 51, is said to own numerous properties in the Los Angeles area already, but apparently Amber doesn’t want to move into any of these homes.

Instead, the Zombieland actress “wants a fresh, clean start to their married life”, according to the insider.

Prior to his romance with Amber, Johnny was in a long-term relationship with Vanessa Paradis, with whom he has two children - 15-year-old daughter Lily-Rose and 13-year-old son Jack. Johnny and Vanessa announced their separation in 2012 after being together for 14 years.

Johnny first met Amber on the set of movie The Rum Diary back in 2011, and the pair became engaged a year later.

Apparently Amber’s independence continues to be an extreme turn-on for Johnny.

"Amber is a woman who can survive just fine without him. She is not needy. He likes that,” a source told People magazine previously. “She is a free thinker. Her presence has changed his life.”

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