• Johnny Depp's daughter Lily-Rose marked her 23rd birthday on social media over the weekend
  • The model shared a glimpse of how she celebrated the milestone by sharing photos on Instagram
  • Some of Depp's fans previously questioned Lily-Rose's silence amid her dad's trial against Amber Heard

Johnny Depp's daughter, Lily-Rose Depp, turned 23 Friday.

The actress and model, whom Depp shares with his ex Vanessa Paradis, marked her birthday on social media over the weekend, as her father's and Amber Heard's lawyers made their closing arguments on the final day of the former couple's six-week defamation trial.

Lily-Rose gave fans a glimpse of how she celebrated her special day by posting on Instagram a photo of a bouquet of flowers she received and two snaps of herself wearing a bright pink sash that read, "Birthday Princess."

She kept the caption short, writing only the number "23" along with emojis for an ice cream cone, shaved ice and cherry blossoms.

Her father is suing Heard, 36, for defamation over a 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which the "Aquaman" actress described herself as a domestic violence survivor. He's seeking $50 million in damages, claiming her allegations cost him movie roles and destroyed his reputation.

Heard is countersuing Depp for $100 million for alleged defamation, claiming that public statements made by the actor's lawyer Adam Waldman that called her allegations "fake" and an "abuse hoax" ruined her reputation and halted her career.

Depp has tried to keep his daughter and her brother Jack, 20, out of the spotlight during the trial, though he has made several references to them over the last few weeks.

While on the stand last month, Depp said that Lily-Rose did not attend his wedding to Heard on his private island in the Bahamas in 2015, which he said had about 20 to 25 people in attendance.

"My daughter Lily-Rose did not come to the wedding. She and Ms. Heard were not on particularly great terms, for several reasons," he said.

Depp also suggested that his children were part of the reason why he decided to go through the lengthy trial. The actor said during his testimony that his "goal is the truth" in the court case, adding that he hopes to "clear the record" of the allegations made against him by Heard.

"Since I knew there was no truth to it whatsoever, I felt it my responsibility to stand up not only for myself in that instance but stand up for my children, who at the time were 14 and 16," he added.

Over the past weeks, some of Depp's fans flooded Lily-Rose's social media accounts with comments questioning her silence amid the trial and urging her to speak up for Depp, BuzzFeed News reported.

"Please support your father. Regardless of YOUR relationship with him, you know that Amber is NOT THE VICTIM. Support him please, speak up!!!!" one person commented.

Many also defended the model and questioned those who harassed her. "If they truly supported Johnny, they wouldn’t harass his DAUGHTER, but no they just want an excuse to be misogynistic," one person commented.

Although the "Voyagers" actress has not commented on her dad's defamation case against Heard, she previously expressed her support for her father when the abuse allegations against Depp first made headlines in 2016.

"My dad is the sweetest, most loving person I know," Lily-Rose wrote in a since-deleted post on Instagram alongside a photo of her as a toddler being held by Depp, Variety reported. "He's been nothing but a wonderful father to my little brother and I, and everyone who knows him would say the same."

The seven-person jury in Depp and Heard's case is expected to resume deliberations Tuesday.

Cast member Lily-Rose Melody Depp poses during a photocall for the film 'The Dancer'
Cast member Lily-Rose Melody Depp poses during a photocall for the film "La danseuse" (The Dancer) in competition for the category "Un Certain Regard" at the 69th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France, May 13, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS/YVES HERMAN