With her upcoming film "Paranoia" nearing its anticipated premiere (August 16th), Amber Heard pitched in promotions by covering the latest issue of Net-A-Porter's The Edit.
While donning designer duds from Dolce & Gabbana and Bottega Veneta for the Francesco Carrozzini-shot spread, the 27-year-old actress opened up about the beginning of her acting career and her bisexual status.
Check out a few highlights of Miss Heard's interview below. For more, be sure to visit The Edit!
On the beginning of her career:
"I remember my biggest hurdle was that I wasn't yet 18, and it caused some problems - getting a hotel room, for instance. I was on my own. I forged my parents' name to be on set, because I was a minor, but I was working as an adult. I forged a fake ID, too."
On her parents' reaction to her leaving:
"They did not react ideally, as you would expect. But they also couldn't stop me."
On her past relationships:
"I have always had very, very good relationships and good breakups. I have never been part of situation where there was mistrust, or betrayal. Going into relationships is just as difficult as coming out of them. I have never been in the situation where the two have overlapped. I can't imagine how difficult that would be."
On her personal life:
"I am not ever going to be a person who has a desire to expose myself more than I feel. Being a private person made me want to not expose myself any more than I already had. But I also felt I had a responsibility to not appear to be in hiding. I watched people around me succumb to hiding and hiding denotes shame. I feel, and felt, zero shame. We all love who we love; we don't choose it."