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Johnny Depp's Daughter 'Doing Much Better'

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Mar 09, 2007 | 4:45am EST

Johnny Depp's young daughter is "doing much better" after being struck down by an undisclosed illness, according to the star's representative.

British newspaper Daily Mirror reported yesterday that Depp's seven-year-old daughter, Lily-Rose, had been rushed to an English hospital 10 days ago and the actor and his longtime partner, Vanessa Paradis, had been by her bedside every day.

But, in a statement released by the actor's representative, Robin Baum, she says, "We are happy to report that their daughter is doing much better.

"The family greatly appreciates the continued support and respect of their privacy."

Depp has been filming a movie version of the stage musical Sweeney Todd in England.

A representative from the studio adds, "We have adjusted the schedule to accommodate (Depp's) needs at this moment. We understand that (Lily-Rose) is improving.

"Obviously, everybody at the studio is certainly with them in their good spirits."

Depp and French model/actress Paradis also have a four-year-old son, Jack.

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