Amber Heard is proudly showing off her post-COVID vaccine band-aid at her local vaccination clinic and cheerfully dubbing herself a “vaccine queen.” The 34-year-old actress, largely making headlines of late for her continued and ugly divorce battle from “Pirates of the Caribbean” star Johnny Depp, was today all smiles as she confirmed she’s received her COVID jab. Posting to Instagram, the “Aquaman” actress showed herself posing by the COVID clinic sign and reminding fans that she’s doing the pandemic safely – in a face mask. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo. Amber updated on Tuesday and for her 3.8 million followers with comments seemingly off – as The Blast reported last year, leaked audio seeing the blonde admit that she “hit” Depp with “pots and pans” had the star’s own followers trashing her, with posts since then largely having comments disabled or heavily limited.
All peeping eyes behind a salmon-colored face mask, Amber posed in simple black jeans and a matching tee, drawing attention to her left shoulder, where a band-aid was covering her, post-jab.
With a messy top bun and few flourishes, the Texas native threw out a slightly surprised expression, posing by a sign reading “COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic.”
“Did someone say vaccine queen?!” Amber wrote, adding three needle emoji. Fans left the star over 4,700 likes in just ten minutes. The photo comes as Amber makes headlines for taking shots at Depp, posting a dress she wore while showcasing the face bruise she claims was left by her ex-husband, then showing the same dress worn to court as she battled him out last year.
Taking to Instagram yesterday, and seemingly shouting out Johnny Depp losing a court appeal in his libel “wife beater” case against The Sun, Amber shared a 2016 photo showing her bruised face, plus one from her heading to testify against her “The Rum Diaries” co-star ex.
“One dress, four years apart. Sometimes it’s important to wear the same thing twice,” she wrote. Also shared this week has been Amber continuing her philanthropy and activist role, this time helping fight revenge porn. Scroll for more photos after the dress, where you can swipe.
Posing indoors and by an Elvis Presley cardboard cutout on Monday, Amber wrote: This is a picture from May 2019 when I travelled to Capitol Hill to share in my experience of the irreversible damage suffered by victims of revenge porn in order to effect change via our legal system by rendering the sharing of private images against one’s consent as a federal crime.”
She then announced the SHIELD Act amendment while tagging herself at the United States Capitol. Scroll for Amber’s full legal low-down.