Heather Locklear Spotted At Airport With Fiancé Chris Heisser After Signing On To Star In Lifetime Movie Produced By Meghan McCain

Aug. 3 2021, Published 12:37 p.m. ET

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Ready for her comeback!

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Heather Locklear appeared to be in good spirits as she arrived at Los Angeles International Airport alongside her soon-to-be husband Chris Heisser.

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In photos obtained by Daily Mail, Locklear looked chic in a black chiffon tube top paired with classic white pants. Her hair was tied in loose pigtails and she wore a necklace with a big teal pendant, with glasses clipped onto her top.

The Melrose Place alum's outing comes on the heels of the announcement that she's signed on to star in a Lifetime film produced by Meghan McCain.

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Locklear will appear in the upcoming biopic Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff: The Kristine Carlson Story, inspired by the real-life story of Kristine Carlson, who co-authored the best-selling book series Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff alongside her husband Dr. Richard Carlson.

The legendary actress will play the lead in the film, embodying Carlson's journey as she navigates the grief and heartbreak of her husband's unexpected passing, which occured in 2006.

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Other names set to appear in the film include Natasha Bure, who will play the author's daughter Jazzy, Jason MacDonald as Richard Carlson, and Emily Rose.

Locklear’s role in the upcoming film will be her first time back onscreen in four years after a slew of personal hiccups.

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In 2019, she was charged with eight misdemeanor battery and resisting charges after being arrested twice the year before.

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Locklear was first arrested in February 2018, then again in June 2018, for reportedly getting aggressive with a police officer and allegedly verbally and physically abusing an ambulance EMT.

However, the Dynasty alum seems to be doing much better nowadays. In 2020, a source close to Locklear told PEOPLE that she was “in a great place” after celebrating a year of sobriety.

That same year, Locklear shared an encouraging poster that read “You’re still sober. Keep that’s**t up” on Instagram. She captioned the post, "So grateful” with a praying hands emoji.


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