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'I can just be myself': Johnny Depp talks about his new life deep in the English countryside


Nine months after the verdict of his trial against Amber Heard, the actor is living happy days in a mansion in the south of England, as he confided in the April edition of Somerset Life magazine.

Nine months after the announcement of the verdict of his trial against Amber Heard, Johnny Depp confided in the April edition of

Somerset Life

magazine on his new life.

The actor has indeed taken refuge in the depths of the English countryside, in a mansion with twelve rooms in the county of Somerset.

A property at 13 million pounds (14.8 million euros), which he praised in this interview.

“I love places that have character,” he explained.

I own various homes in different locations and they all have special meaning to me.”

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“Brits are cool”

The actor also explained why he liked to live in such a remote place.

“I like to walk around, see things and meet people, but I'm not the big extrovert that people imagine, explained the comedian.

In truth, I am quite a shy person.

The hero of

Pirates of the Caribbean

(2003) appreciates all the more to live a thousand miles from Hollywood.

“It's one of the great advantages of Great Britain, and in particular of Somerset, he launched.

I can just be myself - and that's nice.”

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He thus praised the temperament of the British.

"They are cool and welcome you as if you were a neighbor, without overdoing it," he said.

Make no mistake about it: Johnny Depp has nothing against an autograph or two.

"I don't mind people wanting an autograph or a quick chat, but not when I'm spending private time with my family," he said.

Here, I can walk into a store without being surrounded by people who want to take selfies.

Which doesn't bother me, but up to a point: sometimes it's a little too crowded."

The actor, who also owns a property in the Var, was careful not to say what he thought of the French.

Source: lefigaro

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