Amber Heard is enjoying life abroad.
The 37-year-old actress was photographed on a trip to Madrid, Spain, where she moved in with 2-year-old Oonagh Paige this week. Earlier this week, Heard was seen on the run in Madrid.
In April, a source told PEOPLE that Heard “cannot wait to leave the United States with her daughter” after her controversial defamation lawsuit with ex-husband Johnny Depp last summer. The source added that Heard lives in Spain, where he “gets more privacy.”
“The trial was beyond stress for him and he just wanted to start fresh out of the country,” the source said. “Excited about reworking and filming. She was exhausted and disappointed about the trial. She felt mistreated.”
“Still, it’s all behind him now,” the source added. “She has a new energy and focuses on the things she loves.”
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Heard will reprise her role as Mera in upcoming sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdomin theaters this December. Completed the shooting of the movie in the fire before last year’s experiment, but a release date for this project is uncertain.
It’s been almost a year since the 59-year-old’s judgment in the Virginia defamation case against Heard came forward with domestic abuse allegations in 2018, but Heard did not mention her by name in the article. On June 1, 2022, the jury mostly sided with Depp, despite winning one of three counterclaims.
Both appealed, but eventually by December they agreed on a compromise: Heard would pay Depp $1 million, which he would donate to several different charities.
When he announced the settlement at the time, Heard said in a lengthy statement that “my life as I know it was ruined” by the court case, admitting that he had “lost faith in the American legal system.”
Heard added that he “depleted almost all of my resources before and during the trial”, claiming it had more to do with “popularity and power” than “cause and due process”.
“Now I finally have the opportunity to free myself from something I tried to break up with more than six years ago, and there are terms I can accept,” he said of the settlement. “I didn’t accept it. It’s not a compromise. There are no restrictions or gags on my voice’s progress.”
Depp will open the Cannes Film Festival this month with his French film. jeanne du barryHe played King Louis XV. He is also preparing to direct the new movie. modi, which Al Pacino will play.
A source told PEOPLE last month that Depp was “focused on business” while “living in Europe since the trial.” The source added, “Johnny is excited for the comeback.”