When Johnny Depp bought a nude portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton

With Johnny Depp back in the news, it may be surprising to you then to hear a lesser known fact about the Hollywood actor. Namely, that in 2014 he splashed out on a nude portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge.

The 51-year-old actor snapped up the artwork by street artist Pegasus for a five figure sum, and had commissioned a second piece of 32-year-old Catherine, reportedly nude with her baby bump on display. The Pirates of the Caribbean star snapped up the first artwork, which was titled Game of Thrones, and was reportedly keen for the second portrait entitled “crowned” of Kate.

Kate did not pose for the artwork. The ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star also spent £ 25,000 on a portrait of Queen Elizabeth as he visited the opening of the artist’s gallery in Islington, north London in 2014.

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The Hollywood legend – who was engaged to Amber Heard and has children Lily-Rose, 15, and Jack, 12, with former partner Vanessa Paradis – was said to be a huge fan of Pegasus and “immediately” snapped up the works.

His high-profile court trial with ex-Amber Heard has captured the public’s eye since it began last month. Both Depp and Heard accuse each other of domestic abuse. However, the trial is a civil hearing.

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