Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Ready to Start Family? Future Father-in-Law Confirms Rumors

Reuters/FileJohnny Depp and Amber Heard at the European premiere of the movie "The Rum Diary," in London, November 2011.

David Heard, future father-in-law of "Pirates of the Carribean" series star Johnny Depp, has somewhat confirmed the alleged rumors about the actor and his fiancée Amber Heard getting ready to start a family.

"I think they will have at least a weekend retreat in England soon, around London as they both love it so much - and I enjoy visiting," the actress's father said in an interview with Grazia from his L.A. home. "Last September they were both in England and they were in a hotel. Then they rented something on the edge of London. They love it, I'm sure they will buy something there."

David also added in the interview that the two weren't expecting their first born together until their marriage, which will happen in the autumn.

"There is a right way to do things and she and Johnny are the type of people that do it right. We will have grandchildren, but after the wedding," says the upcoming grandfather.

Rumors of "Paranoia" star having a baby ignited when her ex-boyfriend and actor Mark Wystrach revealed to InTouch that "She's pregnant already! I saw her three weeks ago, Amber and I dated years ago but we are still close."

However, the 50 year-old fiancé was quick to deny the alleged pregnancy during an appearance on "Today" last Friday.

"A child? Good god, what do you think I am, a savage? No, no truth to that. [It's] not a shotgun affair," the actor confirmed.

The "Sweeney Todd" actor is currently working on the fifth installment of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" that is scheduled to be released in the U.S. this coming July 7, 2017.

Meanwhile, Heard is in New York for her role in "The Adderall Diaries" with actor James Franco.