Depp's Daughter 'Improving'by Contributor | 09 March 2007
Johnny Depp's daughter is said to be showing signs of improvement after being treated in a London hospital.
Details of Lily-Rose's condition have remained sketchy as Depp and his partner Vanessa Paradis have sought to maintain their privacy.
The seven-year-old is though said to be getting better, with the Daily Mirror reporting that she was even allowed to leave hospital last night and spend time with her parents at a hotel.
Depp and Paradis are said to have kept a constant vigil at the little girl's bedside while she was being treated.
A statement from the actor's publicist said Lily-Rose was doing well and thanked fans for their support.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star is in town filming Sweeney Todd, a musical adaptation of the classic story about the serial killing 19th century barber which sees Depp team up once again with eccentric director Tim Burton.
The pair last worked together on Burton's lavish remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but will be hoping their latest venture is better-received by the critics.