Johnny Depp and Amber Heard spotted together for first time since wedding

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard put on a united front as they touched down in Brisbane on Tuesday. The couple, who had not been seen together since they tied the knot in February, walked hand-in-hand from their private jet upon their arrival in Australia.

The actor is set to return to work filming the latest instalment for the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise after injuring his right hand while on location in March. Johnny returned to LA for medical attention following the accident, and still has his hand bandaged in a red bandana while he recovers from surgery.


Johnny Depp and Amber Heard arrived in Australia on Tuesday

"His return depended on his recuperation from surgery and when his physician allowed him to travel. It was entirely dependent on that," Michael Singer, a publicist for Jerry Bruckheimer Films revealed as he announced Johnny's return to Australia.

During Johnny's absence from the spotlight, Amber has been forced to make a series of red carpet appearances alone, including stepping out at a Tiffany & Co event in New York City. However the actress, who turns 29 on Wednesday, will be able to celebrate her birthday reunited with her husband in Australia.

Amber stepped out without her husband at a Tiffany & Co event

Johnny and Amber tied the knot in a small private wedding ceremony at their home on 3 February, followed by a second ceremony one week later which was held on Johnny's private island in the Bahamas.

The actor and his bride were joined by just a handful of their closest friends and family as they exchanged vows on an idyllic beach at Little Hall's Pond Cay.

"Johnny's private island is a tropical paradise," a source told People. "Wedding guests were treated to an amazing weekend that ended with a romantic beach ceremony. Guests relaxed on the beaches, had fun snorkelling and enjoyed the food cooked by private chefs. Everyone seemed to have the best time. It was a very celebratory vibe."

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