Here’s how Amber Heard reportedly feels about Johnny Depp’s new relationship

Three months after the controversial defamation lawsuit between Depp and Heard, the dust has settled. Aside from a polarizing cameo by Johnny Depp at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards in August, both parties have kept relatively low key — until now. A new update on Depp’s love life has sent fans back into frenzy and reignited conversation about the former couple.

On September 22, Us Weekly reported that Depp is in a relationship with Joelle Rich, the lawyer who represented him in his 2018 defamation lawsuit against British tabloid The Sun. An insider told the outlet, “Their chemistry is off the charts … it’s serious between them, they’re the real deal.” Rich previously attended Depp and Heard’s 2022 trial in Virginia and acted as emotional support for the former. The source continued, “There was no professional obligation for her to be there. It was personal.”

The news has surprised some fans, who have speculated that Depp was in a relationship with another attorney, Camille Vasquez, who represented him more recently. Vasquez has spoken out against the rumours, telling People in June: “It’s unfortunate and disappointing, but at the same time it kind of belongs to the territory. I can’t say I was all that surprised.” Now that the cat is out of the bag, some might be curious what Amber Heard thinks of her ex-husband’s latest flame.

Amber Heard isn’t sweating Johnny Depp’s relationship

When it comes to Johnny Depp’s new romance with former attorney Joelle Rich, Amber Heard reportedly doesn’t mind. A source told ET, “Amber doesn’t care about Johnny or his personal life… She doesn’t care who he’s dating and just wants to move on with her life.”

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Given the intensity of people’s feelings for the former couple on both sides, no comment is probably the best comment. She has publicly acknowledged her ex-husband only once since the conclusion of the Depp and Heard trial, in a statement on Instagram after the verdict. The Justice League actor previously wrote, “I am heartbroken that the mountain of evidence was still insufficient to withstand my ex-husband’s disproportionate power, influence and influence.”

Following the trial, Heard has two upcoming films: the historical drama In the Fire and the DCEU film Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, in which she reduced her role as Mera despite a petition calling for her removal capacity will repeat. Meanwhile, Depp is still appearing with Jeff Beck and filming “La Favorite,” due out on Netflix in 2023. With the distance between them and the process, both seem to be getting back to work and leaving the drama for the big screen.