Johnny Depp Admits He’s Open To Having More Children

by Alison Coldridge |
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While rumours continue to circle that the actor is expecting a baby with his fiancé Amber Heard, Johnny Depp has revealed that he’s happy to add to his family

After proposing to his girlfriend Amber Heard at Christmas, it seems that Johnny Depp is ready to have children with his fiancé.

While the Pirates of the Caribbean star is already a dad of two, Amber, who at 27 is almost half Johnny’s age, has no children.

'Amber should have the opportunity to have kids if she wants'

‘As far as having more kids, it’s easy for me – and Amber should have the opportunity to have kids if she wants,’ said Johnny at the premiere of his new film Transcendence. ‘Let’s face it, practicing for it is fun and it’s all wonderful.’

Johnny, 50, has two children, Lily-Rose, 14, and Jack, 12, with his former partner Vanessa Paradis, but says that he would ‘make a hundred’ children as he loves kids.

Despite being a world-famous actor, Johnny appears to be a regular dad admits he has a tendency to get in trouble with Lily.

‘All that cool stuff is going on that 15 year old girls… all that stuff,’ he said. ‘So she could be the sweetest thing in the world, which most of the time she is, and suddenly I’m in trouble for something.

‘She’s a sharp kid, very sophisticated, super intelligent and, uh, scary.’

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