Heather Locklear opens up on finding love once more, returning to performing: ‘I want it to be something spiritual’
Heather Locklear isn’t in a rush to say “I do.”
In 2020, the actress bought engaged to highschool sweetheart Chris Heisser – and the 2 are content material no matter whether or not or not they formally tie the knot.
The couple graduated from Los Angeles’ Newbury Park High School in 1979. Locklear was married to Tommy Lee from 1986 till 1993, adopted by Richie Sambora from 1994 till 2007. She and Sambora, 62, share a daughter named Ava, 24.
“I’m like, ‘You’re my man for the rest of my life, whether we get married or not,’” the 60-year-old informed this week’s subject of People magazine. “His daughter goes, ‘When are you guys getting married?’ And I’m like, ‘Can we just get through the movie? Can we just get through the pandemic? Can we just get through [all of that]?’”
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“[A wedding] is not so important,” the star continued. “We’re together, and we love each other and support each other. And really, that’s all that matters.”
The “Melrose Place” icon is ready to star within the upcoming Lifetime biopic “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: The Kristine Carlson Story,” her first performing venture in 5 years. That movie premieres on Saturday.
“I thought, ‘I don’t know if I’m going to work again,’” Locklear admitted. “I don’t know if there’s going to be any offers. And then this came to me.”
Locklear and Heisser have been on and off throughout her previous struggles. She just lately marked two and a half years of sobriety.
“When I’m with him, I go, ‘This feels like home. You feel like home,’” mentioned Locklear. “And basically, he’s the most easy-going, loving person. He just has my back, and I have his. He truly is special to me.”
On Thursday, Locklear appeared on “Good Morning America” and mentioned “it was pretty easy” to inform that her newest function was the proper one.
“I didn’t want to do anything silly,” she defined. “I wanted something that had its weight. I prayed to God like whatever lands in my lap, I want it to be something spiritual. It’s so strange and it landed in my lap. It’s all about loss and recovery and coming back from a loss and I just like the depth of it. And I love the books.”
Fox News’ Melissa Roberto contributed to this report.
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