Amber Heard's father: 'She wants to marry Elon Musk'

Amber Heard attends the 4th Annual Unite4: Humanity Gala 2017 (Apega/

Amber Heard and her business mogul boyfriend Elon Musk are planning to get married, according to the star's father.

The "Danish Girl" actress clearly hasn't let her bitter divorce from Johnny Depp, which was finalized in January, put her off walking down the aisle again. According to Amber's father David, she and Tesla billionaire Elon, who were first spotted together last July, are already talking about tying the knot.

"Amber and Elon are both very serious about each other. She would love to get married. One of the things they want to do is settle down and have a family. They are making plans for that," he told British magazine Grazia.

However, his claims were dismissed by a source close to Amber, who added: "They have no plans to get married. Moreover, Amber is currently in Australia shooting the Aquaman movie for the next six months."

Following the emergence of romance rumors between Amber and Musk, it was claimed the businessman had been courting Heard for the past few years, after having set his sights on the actress when they co-starred in 2013 movie "Machete Kills."

The pair never met on the set of Robert Rodriguez's film, but the New York Post's gossip column Page Six obtained emails allegedly sent by Musk to the director and other acquaintances of Amber's in a bid to meet her.

"If there is a party or event with Amber, I’d be interested in meeting her just out of curiosity,” Elon wrote in one email. "Allegedly, she is a fan of George Orwell and Ayn Rand... most unusual."

He then added in a later message: "I’m not angling for a date. I know she’s in a long-term relationship, but... Amber just seems like an interesting person to meet."

Heard was with Depp at the time.

While Heard is now divorced Musk has also been married before, to actress Talulah Riley. The pair first wed in 2010, but split two years later. They then married again in 2013, but Musk filed for divorce on Dec. 31, 2014.

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