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Johnny Depp sure knows the way to a girl's heart!
Life & Style has learned that the 50-year-old recently splurged on some sparkly baubles at Neil Lane for girlfriend Amber Heard, 27.
“He got her diamond drop earrings set in platinum — about two carats total,” an eyewitness tells the mag, on stands now. “He said they were for Christmas.”
But The Lone Ranger star didn’t stop there. “He also picked up a diamond pendant necklace,” the eyewitness adds.
The grand total? Nearly $50,000!
How Johnny Depp Is Influencing Girlfriend Amber HeardThe duo, who began officially dating in April, have been very mum on their relationship.
“It’s not part of my professional life. I want to be an artist. I don’t want to be a celebrity…You can find pictures of me [on the Internet] pumping gas, picking up dry cleaning, walking my dog, but nowhere are you going to find pictures of me hanging around at some nightclub,” the blonde beauty recently told Flare magazine.
“…Can you ever imagine yourself in a situation like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie or Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, where the world feels like they have a stake in your private life? I would never want it…
“I guess I could not hold hands with who I want to, but what kind of life would that be? I don’t want to change just because people are watching. I’ve always been the person who says what she wants.”
Johnny Depp Talks Vanessa Paradis Split
Johnny and Amber met on set of their 2011 film, The Rum Diary, while he was still in a relationship with longtime partner Vanessa Paradis, with whom he was two children, daughter Lily, 14, and son Jack, 11.They split up in the summer of 2012 after 14 years together.“At times, [it was] certainly unpleasant, I guess, especially when there are kiddies involved,” he said about the breakup in June.
“Relationships are very difficult, especially in the racket that I'm in, because you're constantly away or they're away, and so it's hard. It wasn't easy on her. It wasn't easy on me. It wasn't easy on the kids.
“The trajectory of that relationship — you play it out until it goes, one thing leads to another. So for whatever reason that ceases, it doesn't stop the fact that you care for that person, and they're the mother of your kids, and you'll always know each other, and you're always gonna be in each other's lives because of those kids. You might as well make the best of it.”
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