Amber Heard shows off wedding band following marriage to Johnny Depp

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Amber Heard debuted her new wedding ring on Friday night, two weeks after tying the knot with Johnny Depp. The actress and model stepped out at the unveiling of Alice Temperley's Alice in Wonderland-themed window display in London, where she proudly sported her gold wedding band.

The Texas-born star was full of energy as she and designer Alice laughed and joked together while fashion fans caught of glimpse of the flagshop store's quirky window feature.

Amber stepped out to support the unveiling of Alice Temperley's new Alice in Wonderland-themed window display



Johnny's new wife opted for a chic monochrome outfit consisting of a white blouse, long black skirt and black patent heels, while 39-year-old Alice sported a black-and-white checked suit and a white shirt.

Both ladies wore their long blonde locks in loose waves and added a pop of colour with vibrant scarlet lipstick.

Instead of jetting off on a romantic honeymoon with her new husband, Amber is currently in London filming her new movie The Danish Girl.

The 28-year-old, who stars alongside Eddie Redmayne in the film, has been training for her role as ballet dancer Oola at London's Pineapple Dance Studios.

Amber's gold wedding band was visible during her London appearance



After dating for three years, Amber and Johnny made their union official at the beginning of the month when they married at their Los Angeles home.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard: The story of their love

Having officially become husband and wife in the US, the couple then headed to Johnny's private island in the Bahamas for a more extravagant celebration.

Amber and Johnny tied the knot in February



In front of family and a handful of their closest friends, the couple said "I do" again this time on the picturesque beach of Little Hall's Pond Cay island.

"The weather was perfect and the beach setting was gorgeous," a source told People. "The ceremony was beach casual and intimate, yet very romantic."

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