Depp's new romance to be kept private

Depp's new romance to be kept private

Amber Heard's is refusing to talk about her relationship with Johnny Depp.

The 27-year-old actress is keen to keep details of her romance with the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star secret and out of the public domain.

When asked about details of her and Johnny's trips to the 50-year-old actor's private island in the Bahamas, Amber told Bullett magazine: "The island … is my private life."

Johnny reportedly named a beach on his private island after his girlfriend Amber - who he has dated since splitting from his partner Vanessa Paradis after 14 years in June 2012.

Amber has two films coming up, American thriller 'Paranoia' and action film 'Machete Kills', wants to turn the focus back to her acting career and thinks she has more to offer than just a pretty face and a stunning figure.

She added: "I have something more to offer than the superficial stuff. When my agents go through the initial filtering process, I've asked them to always put scripts that don't have the first descriptor of the character as beautiful, sexy, or hot at the top of the pile."

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