Johnny Depp's daughter is on the road to recovery.
The seven-year-old was checked into a London hospital nine days ago with an undisclosed illness, said to be a serious condition. However, the actor's representative has reported that Lily-Rose, Depp's eldest child with partner Vanessa Paradis, is getting better.
The publicist released a statement saying, "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, who also has a four-year-old son Jack with the French singer and actress, is in England filming "Sweeney Todd" but has not left his daughter's side.
A spokesperson for the film's producer, DreamWorks, said, "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."