Amber Heard greeting fans and signing autographs in Spain after ‘quitting’ Hollywood

Amber Heard is now reportedly based in Madrid  (PA )
Amber Heard is now reportedly based in Madrid (PA )

Amber Heard was seen signing an autograph for a fan in Spain after reportedly quitting Hollywood for a quieter life.

The Aquaman actress, 37, was seen out and about in Madrid as she scribbled her moniker for the admirer and posed for a photo with him, as reported by Page Six.

It had been reported last week that Heard had “quit Hollywood” and moved to the Spanish city with her daughter Oonagh, two.

“I can reveal that Heard has quit Hollywood and quietly relocated to Spain with her young daughter Oonagh,” Daily Mail’s columnist Alison Boshoff claimed a friend of Heard told her.

"She’s bilingual in Spanish and is happy there, raising her daughter away from all the noise.”

“I don’t think she is in any hurry to return to work or to Hollywood, but she will probably come back when the time is right, for the right project,” the friend added.

The actress, who lost a very public court battle with ex-husband Johnny Depp last year, reportedly fled to the Spanish city amid the ongoing drama from the fallout of the trial.

She sold her Yucca Valley, California home in July 2022 and has spent a lot of time in Spain since then.

This week, she was spotted spending quality time with her toddler — whom she welcomed via surrogate in July 2021 — at a park in Madrid. And in photos taken last Friday, Heard was seen going for a run in her new city.

Heard lost the court battle to ex-husband Johnny Depp (getty)
Heard lost the court battle to ex-husband Johnny Depp (getty)

Last October, she was snapped enjoying a day out on the beaches of Palma de Mallorca and, a few days before, was spotted playing with her daughter, Oonagh, two, at a park during the holiday.

Heard is expected to be in Tinsel Town, however, for the premiere of the upcoming Aquaman sequel.

It was revealed recently that she is set to reprise her role as Mera.

The actress’s future in the film was believed to be uncertain after she lost the six-week televised legal battle with  Depp, 59, who accused her of defaming him, last year.

Heard, 37, had claimed during the high-profile court case that her role in the upcoming sequel was “reduced”, and that she “fought really hard to stay in the movie”.

Meanwhile, this week, Johnny Depp has been offered “upwards of $20 million” to renew his contract with Dior Sauvage for the next three years.