Johnny Depp: I Want 100 Kids With Amber Heard

(Photo: REUTERS/Paul Hackett)Johnny Depp arrives for the European premiere of his film 'The Rum Diary', at the Odeon Kensington cinema in London, November 3, 2011.

Johnny Depp recently opened up about fatherhood, gushing about his two children with ex-girlfriend Vanessa Paradis and admitting he wants a big family with fiancé Amber Heard.

The "Transcendence" actor and Heard became engaged in January; nearly two years after Depp ended his 14-year relationship with Paradis, with whom he shares a daughter, Lily-Rose, 14, and son, Jack, age 11. In a recent interview, Depp talked about his children as well as his plans for having more.

"I love kids. I have two, and they're perfect," the 50-year-old star told Entertainment Tonight. "Man, I'd like to make 100. But I've got the easy gig, right?"

Depp also acknowledged his engagement to Heard, who is 24 years his junior.

"It's fun," he said before noting the diamond ring worn on his left hand. "It's fun to wear a girl's ring."

It turns out that the initial diamond engagement ring Depp presented to Heard had not fit her, and so the actor kept it for himself.

"I don't know, you know, it just fit," Depp offered. "I didn't know [Heard's ring size], to be honest, my judgment was off."

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(Photo: Reuters/Phil McCarten)Actress Amber Heard in Los Angeles, September 23, 2009.

Depp and Heard have not revealed when they plan to marry. Furthermore, Heard has stated that she prefers to keep her personal life separate from her career.

"It's not a part of my professional life. I want to be an artist. I don't want to be a celebrity," the 27-year-old actress said when asked about Depp last year, according to Flare magazine.

Heard added, "Can you ever imagine yourself in a situation like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, where the world feels like they have stake in your private life? I would never want it."

Depp reflected Heard's apparent disdain for the spotlight during his appearance on the "Today" show this week, comparing fame to "living like a fugitive."

"It's a little bit like living like a fugitive," he said. "Everything has to be some sort of strategy, to get into the hotel, to get you out of the hotel, to get you into the restaurant, to get you out of the restaurant."