Amber Heard was joined by girlfriend Bianca Butti as she prepared for her final day of evidence in ex-husband Johnny Depp’s libel trial.
Amber, 34, arrived at the High Court this morning in good spirits, waving to the camera and smiling.
The Aquaman actress wore a long black dress and the red polka dot scarf she has been using as a face-mask, and was followed into the building by her girlfriend Bianca.
Ms Butti wore a blue bandana around her face as she walked behind Amber, dressed in a black suit and a patterned shirt.
The cinematographer has been supporting Heard throughout the trial and has been pictured at the courts on numerous occasions, as well as being seen out and about with the actress in London after the daily sessions.
The couple were first linked together earlier this year, when they were pictured kissing in Palm Springs in January.
A source told Us Weekly: ‘Amber is fine and happier than ever.
‘Bianca has been very supportive of her, and Amber feels like she can trust her and be comfortable around her, especially since they were friends first.’
Bianca has worked in entertainment for the past decade, working as a cinematographer on episodes of Love & Hip Hop and a number of feature films.
The 39-year-old has fought cancer twice, receiving a second breast cancer diagnosis in March 2019.
Also seen arriving at court after Amber was her sister Whitney Henriquez, who is also set to give evidence today.
Ms Henriquez previously lived in one of five penthouses owned by Mr Depp in the Eastern Columbia Building in Los Angeles, and she is scheduled to speak this afternoon.
Heard’s evidence began on Monday, with the star claiming Depp pushed Kate Moss down a flight of stairs, calling the faeces found in the couple’s bed after her 30th birthday ‘absolutely disgusting’ and denying having an affair with Tesla founder Elon Musk.
Yesterday, the actress alleged that her ex-husband left her with pus-filled wounds on her scalp after dragging her across their apartment by the hair.
Ms Heard will conclude her evidence about 14 allegations of domestic violence, which The Sun’s publisher News Group Newspapers (NGN) relies on in its defence of an April 2018 article that called Mr Depp a ‘wife beater’, at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
Mr Depp, 57, denies the allegations.
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