Johnny Depp's seven-year-old daughter, Lily-Rose, has been released from a hospital after suffering from an undisclosed illness.
Now that the little girl has been discharged from hospital, her actor father and the whole crew might get prepared to start shooting again. Lily-Rose, the daughter of Johnny Depp and partner Vanessa Paradis, has been discharged from a London based - hospital after a scary attack of blood poisoning.
Lily-Rose was admitted to London's Great Ormond Street Hospital at the end of February. The child's exact ailment is being kept under wrap for the family's privacy.
The actor had been working on the drama thriller "Sweeney Todd" in Britain before seven-year-old Lily was admitted to hospital, yet has decided to quit acting until his daughter is well again.
"He does not want to come back until Lily-Rose gets the all-clear. The plan is to re-employ everybody when she is better," a source told The Sun.