Johnny Depp expected to marry Amber Heard this weekend

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Bang Showbiz

JOHNNY Depp "can't wait" to marry Amber Heard.

The 'Mortdecai' star is expected to tie the knot with his 28-year-old fiancee on his private island in the Bahamas this weekend and the 51-year-old actor is said to be ecstatic about his forthcoming nuptials to the 28-year-old blonde.

A source told E! News: "He's completely in love and can't wait!"

The couple - who got engaged in December 2013 after a year together - are reportedly planning to wed in the 45-acres of Little Hall's Pond Cay in front of 50 guests.

Johnny and Amber are believed to have chosen the February date in order to fit in with their hectic work schedules.

A source previously explained: "She's filming a movie in London, and he's getting ready to film the next 'Pirates of the Caribbean' in Australia. So this is the only time that everyone could get together."

However, accommodation on the island is limited so some guests - including Amber's family and Johnny's two children from his previous relationship with Vanessa Paradis, 15-year-old Lily-Rose and Jack, 12 - will be staying on his yacht during the celebrations.

The reports rubbish rumours that the couple were on the verge of splitting up with a source recently revealing that the pair are in a "good place".

The insider added: "Amber and Johnny are really happy. And their relationship is in a really good place.

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