Johnny Depp’s Bitter Ex Has a Lot to Say About Amber Heard—Do You Agree with Her?

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Johnny Depp’s ex-girlfriend, Vanessa Paradis, is said to be perfectly OK with him marrying his young sugar baby, 27-year-old Amber Heard. In fact, insiders say Paradis, who is the mother of his two kids, even wished him well on the recent news of his engagement to Heard. But another of his exes, Winona Ryder, reportedly wasn’t too impressed with the news that the celebrity couple was headed for marriage.

Ryder and Depp were actually engaged back in 1990—he even had her name tattooed on his arm—but they never made it down the aisle. They’ve since remained civil with one another, but Ryder reportedly thinks Depp’s latest marriage stint is completely inappropriate and that the 50-year-old shouldn’t be flaunting his engagement to a woman who’s half his age, especially considering the fact that the celebrity couple was rumored to have started hooking up while Depp was still with Paradis.

“The way he conducted that affair really upset Winona and turned her off Johnny,” revealed one insider, who added that Ryder also doesn’t approve of his middle-aged friends “cheering this relationship on like it’s appropriate.”

Fortunately for Heard, the other young woman in Depp’s life, his 14-year-old daughter Lily-Rose, seems to be happy with her soon-to-be stepmother—it might be because they’re only 13 years apart. The two were recently seen enjoying a girls’ day out together, complete with a little shopping, probably on Depp’s tab.

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What do you think: Is it inappropriate for Johnny Depp and Amber Heard to flaunt their engagement because their relationship started as an affair?

Sources:

Duff, S., “Winona Ryder slams Johnny Depp’s engagement to Amber Heard as ‘inappropriate,’” Metro web site, February 2, 2014; http://goo.gl/4xWaVb.

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Paylor, J., “Girls’ day out: Amber Heard and soon-to-be stepdaughter Lily-Rose Depp display their easy bond during afternoon outing in LA,” Daily Mail web site, February 3, 2014; http://goo.gl/ZkyJtu.

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