Heather Locklear, known for her role on Melrose Place, has recently been spotted in a candid moment with her fiancé, Chris Heisser. The couple was caught on camera indulging in a bit of antiquing, exploring the treasures of the Whizin Market Square in Agoura Hills, California.Locklear and Heisser, who also happens to be her high school sweetheart, were seen enjoying each other’s company as they perused the shops of the antique mall. The Whizin Market Square holds a special significance for Locklear, as it’s situated near her 8,000-square-foot home in Westlake Village, where she resides.
Locklear, who has experienced her share of challenges over the years, seems to be in a positive space as she spends quality time with her fiancé. Her journey includes overcoming substance abuse, as she entered a rehabilitation program in 2018. Now, she radiates happiness and contentment as she soaks up the sun and enjoys moments of relaxation with Heisser.During their outing, Locklear was captured without makeup and not wearing an engagement ring. Despite this, the couple’s affection for one another was evident, with onlookers noting that they seemed like an old married couple, comfortable and relaxed in each other’s presence.
Locklear and Heisser both sported black tops for the occasion. The actress donned a Lauren Moshi “biting lip” skull logo T-shirt, while Heisser opted for a black polo shirt.The duo explored the antique shops, with Locklear leading the way and Heisser closely following. Witnesses shared that Locklear’s laughter echoed through the stores as they browsed various items. Locklear was seen leaving one of the shops with a small bag in hand.
Although Locklear wasn’t wearing her engagement ring during the outing, it’s worth noting that she has been seen without it on other occasions as well. Back in March, during a shopping trip with a friend, she was also without the ring.Locklear’s journey, marked by personal growth and happiness, serves as an inspiring reminder that life’s challenges can be overcome. Her enduring connection with Heisser and her evident joy in simple moments remind us of the beauty of finding contentment in the present.