Amber Heard is continuing to find happiness in her daily routine while her long-awaited day in court with Johnny Depp has been put on ice. The “Aquaman” star took to Instagram on Wednesday afternoon while hanging out with her beloved horse, as Heard has been spending a lot of time riding and caring for her horse after returning to the U.S. following a vacation in Turkey.
Heard had planned on gearing up for battle with Johnny Depp in their highly-publicized trial, but that will not be happening anytime soon.
The actress was seen wearing a white jacket and gloves while tending to her steed inside of a stable.
“eques-twins,” Heard wrote in reference to the matching color pallette she shared with her horse.
The day before, Heard was seen riding horseback, in photos published by Daily Mail.
The 34-year-old star flaunted her toned midriff by tying up her buttoned-down shirt while atop her horse. She also wore a pair of high-waisted dark pants and leather riding boots.
Unlike her time in the Middle East, Heard wore protection over her face in the form of a blue bandana.
Amber Heard grew up in Austin and has spoken about how important horses were during childhood. Her father, David Heard, was in charge of breaking wild horses and taught all his children how to handle themselves atop a steed.
“I was around a lot of young, spirited, untrained horses and learned how to ride in a very aggressive manner,” Heard told Marie Clarie in a 2015 interview.
“I was very girly on the inside, but my dad was not raising a girly girl. He was raising someone who could keep up with him,” Heard added.
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp are still facing an upcoming trial in Fairfax County, Virginia, but it was just pushed back due to issues with COVID-19. Depp had previously asked the date, which had already been delayed until 2021, to be pushed back even further because the scheduled dates conflicted with his upcoming production schedule for Fantastic Beasts 3, which will see Depp return to the J.K. Rowling franchise as the villain Grindelwald. The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star is set to be in London between October and next February.
While Depp has remained relatively quiet on social media during his battle with Amber Heard, he did recently drop a message after the trial was pushed back.
“Hello All! I just wanted to thank you all once again for your constant and loyal support throughout many long and interesting episodes of my life… I am only here because of you — and I’m only here for you!!! All thanks and love to you for all, JD,” a note from Depp read alongside a video of him sitting at his office desk.