Johnny Depp's daughter, who has reportedly fallen ill in England, is "doing much better."
Johnny Depp can for now on feel a bit relieved as her daughter, who has reportedly fallen ill in England, is "doing much better."
"We are happy to report that their daughter is doing much better," Depp's rep, Robin Baum, said in a statement. "The family greatly appreciates the continued support and respect of their privacy."
Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper reported that Lily-Rose Melody Depp, daughter of Depp and French singer Vanessa Paradis, was admitted to London area hospital nine days ago and was in a serious condition. The paper said Thursday March 8th that while it knew the name of the facility and of the child's exact ailment, it would not reveal these details out of respect for the family's privacy.
Depp and his longtime girlfriend, Vanessa, also have a 4-year-old son named John Christopher "Jack" Depp III. The actor is in Britain to film "Sweeney Todd," a musical about the legendary "demon barber of Fleet Street."