Amber Heard's trial against Johnny Depp: this new profession to which she will now devote herself


Amber Heard's trial against Johnny Depp: this new profession to which she will now devote herself

Yesterday, in an interview with NBC News, Amber Heard confided in Savannah Guthrie. She explained to him that from now on, she was going to devote herself to her daughter.

The judgment rendered on May 27 in favor of Johnny Depp put an end to a highly publicized trial which lasted six weeks. If Amber Heard has since been discreet on social networks, it is above all to limit negative comments against her. While she owes several million dollars to her ex-husband, she lamented the verdict in her last Instagram post. “I'm even more disappointed when I think about what this verdict means for other women. It’s a step backwards. This takes us back to a time when women who speak out are shameless and humiliated.

Although she had not spoken since, she answered questions from Savannah Guthrie in Today’s Savannah Guthrieon NBC News. It is in this interview broadcast on June 15, 2002 that she speaks about her future. The young actress says her priority will now be her 14-month-old daughter, Oonagh Paige Heard, who was born via surrogate. The announcement was made last July. Three months after the birth of Oonagh Paige Heard, Amber Heard revealed that she welcomed her daughter born on April 8, 2021. She then explained on Instagram: β€œFour years ago, I decided I wanted to have a child” and “do it on my own terms“. β€œMy daughter was born on April 8, 2021. Her name is Oonagh Paige Heard. She's the start of the rest of my lifeβ€œ.

β€ŽShe's going to take care of her daughter

During the interview, Savannah Guthrie asks her what she'll go from now on, “How do you see your future now?” To which Amber Heard replies with a smile: “I can be a full-time mother, without having to juggle calls with lawyers. “. For the moment, no details on an upcoming return on the big screen. The young mother simply wants to enjoy her daughter and share all her moments with her.