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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Johnny Depp and Amber 'talk kids'

Published 11/05/2013

Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are apparently so "serious" they have talked about having children.

The pair met while working on The Rum Diary in 2011, and rumours began to circulate they were more than friends after Johnny split from his long-term partner Vanessa Paradis. The couple reignited romance speculation when they were pictured holding hands at a Rolling Stones concert in Los Angeles last month. It has now been claimed they are so infatuated that they are considering trying for a baby.

"They've talked about children - that's how serious it is," a source told British magazine Grazia. "[Johnny's like] a teenager in love."

Johnny raises two children with his ex-partner Vanessa and loves being a dad.

It seems the 49-year-old actor is serious about Amber, 27, and although their relationship has been tested, they are determined to make it work.

"Johnny and Amber have always had an incredible connection. They just couldn't stay away from one another. It has been a rocky road for Amber and Johnny as a couple," the source added. "They've been on and off, but this time he really wants to show her that he's in it for the long haul.

It was recently reported that Amber had an "obvious glow" while talking about Johnny on the set of her indie film Syrup.

According to insiders, Johnny is equally as smitten with the blonde actress.

"Johnny is really obsessed with Amber - she's all he ever talks about. He's like a besotted teenager," the insider revealed.

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