Johnny Depp lives like a “vagabond” because he’s constantly travelling and doesn’t feel as though he has a home.
He explained: “I mean, I’m still enigmatic … still kind of a vagabond’s existence in a way because you’re always on location, or you’re travelling here or there. But the weird thing is, because we moved so many times as kids, the idea of packing … it’s just sort of the memory of taking all your stuff as a kid to another joint. Home is pretty much on the road.”
However, when he’s not on location, the 50-year-old star finds himself travelling back to Los Angeles because that’s where his children – daughter Lily-Rose, 14, and 11-year-old son John – go to school.
He added to ITV’s ‘Daybreak’: “Home, mostly because my kids go to school [there], so these days when I’m not shooting, obviously Los Angeles.”
Johnny split from the mother of his kids, actress-and-singer Vanessa Paradis, in June 2012 and believes the separation has made him closer to Lily-Rose and John.
He said: “Anything like that, for anyone, is always difficult to go through, especially difficult when there are kids involved and quite grown kids. I think it went as well as it could have possibly gone and it’s been interesting and a great sort of bonding experience for all of us in a weird way, all going through that together. It’s been a pretty intense bonding experience.”