First Photos Of Johnny Depp's Sick Son Revealed After 'Serious Health Problem'
Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis' son Jack has come down with a mysterious "serious health problem" and now RadarOnline.com has obtained photos of the 16-year-old stepping out in public just one day after his illness was revealed. Wearing a white ball cap and tattered beige bottom up top, Jack appeared tired and a bit glum for a boy his age. Click through for more!
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Jack's French actress mom skipped the Paris premiere of her movie A Knife In The Heart on Tuesday in order to tend to Jack's illness.
“Unfortunately, Vanessa Paradis was not able to join us tonight, she had to be absent because of her son’s serious health problems,” the film’s director Yann Gonzalez said at the screening, according to the French publication called Public.
Depp, 55, and Paradis, 45, never wed but were together from 1998 to 2012 and gave birth to Jack during that time.
The couple had two kids together – daughter Lily-Rose, 19, and son Jack, whose real name is John Christopher Depp III.
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Jacks illness comes on the heels of Depp having recently caused shock with his gaunt and frail appearance while in Europe touring with his band The Hollywood Vampires.
The scary skinny Pirates of the Caribbean star looked deathly pale outside a Berlin hotel earlier this month.
It isn’t the first time one of Depp’s children has had a health crisis.
In 2007, his daughter Lily-Rose was hospitalized at the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London due to a serious Escherichia coli infection, which resulted in temporary kidney failure. She made a full recovery.
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