While Amber Heard has starred alongside a host of Hollywood gems including Nicolas Cage, Jesse Eisenberg and Johnny Depp, she is still on the verge of making it as a household name in the UK.
However, the blonde beauty from Texas is increasingly finding her face in British media as her love-life continues to spark interest.
According to a report from the Daily Mail today (February 7th), the Rum Diary star was snapped wearing the same outfit two days in a row, accompanied by the same unidentified female companion on each occasion.
Heard, who is openly lesbian, reportedly split from long-term girlfriend Tasya Van Ree recently, but may already be pursuing a new relationship after it was suggested she did the ‘walk of shame’ in the same clothes as the night before.
The 25-year-old was pictured in west Hollywood wearing a long black dress, white undercoat, brown jacket and silver necklaces alongside another woman donning casual leggings, grey t-shirt and fitted coat.
The day before, the star was photographed in the same ensemble, however, she looked a little more elegant as she paired her outfit with heels and over-sized sunglasses.
On that day, her rumoured new love interest sported black leggings, another fitted jacket (or the same one) and a striped shirt, paired with wedge heels and a large burgundy handbag.
The pair looked to be splashing out too, as they both carried shopping bags that suggested they were enjoying some retail therapy.
In the past, Heard has defended her sexuality, saying she did not want to portray someone she is not in an industry where that seems to happen a lot.
She recently told Women’s Health magazine: “You can’t respect yourself if you’re afraid to be who you are. It requires bravery to do something no one else around you is doing.
“But the risk was outweighed by the possibility of playing into this horribly detrimental lie that some in Hollywood perpetuate.”
Heard has appeared in the short-lived TV series The Playboy Club and will be seen in upcoming projects Syrup and Motor City in 2012 and 2013.