It will mark the first time the mom-of-one, 37, participates in a public event since she lost her defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp last June.
The Aquaman lead recently handed over the $1 million settlement she owed the Oscar nominee, 60, though as previously decided, all of the money will be donated to charity. One report claimed he's splitting the payment between the Make-A-Film Foundation, The Painted Turtle, Red Feather, Tetiaroa Society and the Amazonia Fund Alliance.
As OK! reported, Heard moved to Spain once their stressful trial wrapped so she could have more privacy as she cares for daughter Oonagh Paige, 2.
"She missed her little girl. She is focused on raising her daughter," an insider shared after the drama ceased. "She spends every day with her girl. They stroll around, visit parks and enjoy family time."
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Heard recently told a reporter she hopes to stay in Madrid for the foreseeable future, noting, "I love living here."
When asked if she had any movies in the works, the blonde beauty replied, "Oh, yes. I keep moving forward. That’s life."
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Meanwhile, Depp made his movie comeback at the recent Cannes Film Festival, where he received a standing ovation for his flick Jeanne du Barry. At a press conference, he touched on how the defamation trial took a toll on his career.
"Of course, when you're asked to resign from the film you're doing because of something that is merely a bunch of vowels and consonants floating in the air, yeah, you feel a bit boycotted," admitted the dad-of-two.
"Do I feel boycotted now? No, not at all," he continued. "But I don't feel boycotted by Hollywood because I don't think about it. I don't think about Hollywood. I don't have much further need for Hollywood myself."