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Johnny And Vanessa Living Separate Lives On Separate CONTINENTS!

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Earlier we told you that Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis were living "sad, separate lives" apart from each other.

Now it turns out that things are getting worse as the two are not only living apart, but they're living on two completely separate continents.

Vanessa has been spotted shopping in the Marais district of Paris while Johnny's been keeping a low profile in El Lay.

He's due to start filming The Lone Ranger in New Mexico next month, which means more time apart from each other.

This makes us sooo sad. We were really hoping that these two could work it out, but it seems that NO Hollywood relationship is safe anymore.

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43 comments to “Johnny And Vanessa Living Separate Lives On Separate CONTINENTS!”



  1. 1

    "No Hollywood marriage is safe". First of all, they're not married & never have been. Secondly, they don't live in Hollywood - they lived in France. Thirdly, marriages break apart in all walks of life - the rich, the poor, the famous, the unknown, blue collar, white collar, etc. The only reason it seems as though celebrity marriages have a greater failure rate than non-celebrity marriages is simply because it's announced in the media. Divorces/breakups happen everywhere, every day, not just in fame-world.



  2. 2

    Pigsh!t Mario Lardvagina's de facto marriage to "the mummy" is always safe, after all, who else would have him?



  3. 3

    Just because a long lasting couple broke up doesn't mean "no marriage/relationship is safe anymore in hollywood". You act like they were the glue to committed hollywood marriages/relationships. They are not the only ones that had a long committed relationship. What about the others that are still going strong, perez? Jeez.
    Plus i wonder if Kate Moss's secret tell all book of her and Johnny's past was one of the things that broke the camel's back (even though i don't think it's out, people still heard about some of the things that were going to be in that book).



  4. 4

    Not sure why this is so sad for you perez. It is not your relationship. Besides when people break up it because something is not working. So get over it.



  5. 5

    Who cares! Both are low life, having children while unmarried, and they expect the public to care when they walk away?



  6. 6

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – Oh please this is 2012. Having children out of 'wedlock' and THAT being a huge sin is such an old way of thinking. Marriage was just a way for fathers to sell their daughters to the highest bidder and a way of a man to 'own' a woman. Shove it. Who gives a shit if they never married.



  7. 7

    If you had ever read any johnny depp interviews he attributes his relationships success to the fact that they can spend time apart.



  8. 8

    Re: Meggie246524 – I agree. This was not a 'Hollywood' marriage. They did all they could to ensure a private life for themselves and their children. But, Meggie, you are right when you say that they are not married, but just because they did not have a ceremony in no way undermines the commitment they had to each other. They shared a live, a home, and children. That is a marriage.



  9. 9

    She was in Paris for her movie release; but does that mean she's moved there?



  10. 10

    So they broke up right about the time he was filming the tourist with Angelina Jolie? Hmmm maybe he thought he was the new Brad Pitt?



  11. 11

    Depp is a wildly crazy-addicted chain smoker. Who could live with that!?!



  12. 12

    And if she wishes to remain in France - but Depp is leaving France over personal tax issues (he has to start paying them there) and they're not married legally, it makes sense they'd be parting ways (and continents).

  13. Roe says – reply to this


    13

    I feel exactly the same way, noone stays married anymore. THere are no more Paul Newman's around where marriage means something. I just feel bad for all those children out there. They should all just live with one another.



  14. 14

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – Marriage is just a piece of paper. It's the commitment, devotion, loyalty, and love that counts. If you think a piece of paper is what holds a couple together and makes them even more "official and special", than you have a lot of growing up to do…



  15. 15

    Re: rosebud99 – "you are right when you say that they are not married, but just because they did not have a ceremony in no way undermines the commitment they had to each other. They shared a live, a home, and children. That is a marriage"

    I applaud your comment. Couldn't have said it better myself. I guess we should just get rid of the whole "marriage" word, because one of main reasons it was made was because of sexist/ownership laws. And the other i guess is because people wanted to label their "everlasting love and commitment" as a single word (marriage) :]



  16. 16

    were'nt you claiming last week that he was moving to the UK?



  17. 17

    Re: Roe – Wasn't he a cheater?…



  18. 18

    Re: Roe – Plus a lot of people stayed together back then because divorce was known as taboo. and some women couldn't leave their husbands even with abuse because they didn't have a right to and some couldn't afford to either..



  19. 19

    Re: Mimi the Magnificent – I didn't call it a sin, you did. And I really couldn't care less what two adults do. But when you bring children onto the scene, in my opinion, it's irresponsible if you're not married!



  20. 20

    Re: Pretty Boys Are Forever – NO! It is you that has the growing up to do! A girlfriend is not a wife. A boyfriend is not a husband. Only those who have been married know that a marriage changes the relationship. In a court of law, a "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" are strangers, a husband and wife are "family".



  21. 21

    He's not married to the Bitch; she is now just the mother of his children.



  22. 22

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – (comment #20) Commitment is a personal thing. If you feel you need to stand in front of a judge or priest in order to be fully committed to someone, then fine, do what works for you. These two people were not 'boyfriend' and 'girlfriend', they were spouses. Not everyone plays by the same rules. Do you really think it would have made any difference if they would have had a ceremony? I don't.



  23. 23

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – lol ok, you must be like, what, 14?



  24. 24

    I feel bad for them.



  25. 25

    Re: rosebud99 – I couldn't care less about the demise of their relationship! And whether or not they were married had little effect on the outcome. But anyone thinking that marriage doesn't matter is fooling themselves. Do you know what happens to a janitor who wins the lottery? His girlfriend immediately wants marriage! Why? Because when money is involved all of a sudden the girlfriend wants protection. Who is getting married now in the US? ONLY the upper class! You have to ask why?



  26. 26

    A. Like quite a few other celebrity couples, they're NOT married.
    B. She's in France because of her movie. She is still living in CA, even though she is from France.
    C. People keep mentioning The Tourist, it was filmed like FOUR years ago. Johnny and Vanessa were still together at the time. They only started having problems when they moved to CA, which was way after The Tourist was filmed.



  27. 27

    Re: Pretty Boys Are Forever – Uh, you must be "like" 12, because only twelve year olds use the term "like"!!!



  28. 28

    Re: rosebud99 – and please don't call them "spouses'! That term goes to the brave souls who risk failure and get married. These two never did that!



  29. 29

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – Sorry. I am Canadian. In Canada, if you live together for 6 months you have the same legal rights as married people. I forgot that marriage is financially a big deal south of the border.



  30. 30

    Re: rosebud99 – Yes, and in Canada women keep their maiden names, and have health insurance, whether or not they are "married".



  31. 31

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – Sarcasm, dumb ass ;]



  32. 32

    Re: Pretty Boys Are Forever – Sarcasm is usually obvious, you're the dumb ass!



  33. 33

    I think that there is lot of 14 year olds here, it was smart of them not to get married specially that they are rich and famous with them there is less chance that it will last. Who cares if they had kids and aren't married at least they don't have to bother with the divorce procedure which is difficult.



  34. 34

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – Some people don't get sarcasm (unfortunately, you're one of them, sweetie. But don't worry, it's not the end of the world) ;]



  35. 35

    She is in France to promote her new movie, relax perezita.



  36. 36

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – you are delusional.

    boyfriend or girlfriend dont last that long or have kids, raise them together, have household together.

    Vanessa and Johnny are indeed a family, you dont need piece of paper to prove that.



  37. 37

    So sad…Johnny needs someone like her who keeps him focused..no he'll start dating stupid girls in LA who just want him because he is famous



  38. 38

    there was never any mention of them breaking up. they have lived apart due to work committments the whole time they have been together. GET IT RIGHT OK!!!?



  39. 39

    Re: alemeh2 – You are the one who is delusional! If they were a family, why not marry? Think about it, if they loved each other, considered themselves a family, why didn't they get married? Under the law they are unrelated strangers! I question the depth of anyone's love or commitment if they make the choice to reject marriage!

  40. @v@ says – reply to this


    40

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – Agree. Too bad they didn't choose to stand for something.



  41. 41

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – to be honest you seem a little ridiculous, my parents are not married I'm 24 years old and they've been together for 28 years and they're perfectly happy with not being married they feel like it's a waste of money, I've been living with my husband for 3 years I'm not married but by the laws in canada I am, and I don't feel the need what so ever to get married at all I have my family, why would I want to pay a ridiculous amount of money to throw a party for people that I would rarely even invite to my house, and have to deal with the bloody paper work to boot. I'm happy and I have my family and we're complete and you don't need a stupid peice of paper to make you a family. And lets be honest you really sound like an asshole for saying what you're saying so do you think a lesbian or gay couple with children isn't a family because their state won't let them get married. I thought this was the information age and people were smarter and less disrespectful then before.



  42. 42

    Re: Velyna – Well the apple doesn't fall far from the tree does it? And it's a different situation in Canada, where women keep their maiden names and have health care regardless of marital status or employment. And marriage is not expensive, I think you are confusing it with a wedding.

  43. @v@ says – reply to this


    43

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – Women can elect to keep their maiden names, but the majority opt for the paternal surname in marriage.