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Heather Locklear Has a New Engagement Ring

She reportedly plans to marry Chris Heisser, her high school sweetheart.

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Actress Heather Locklear is wearing a new ring after reportedly getting engaged.

The groom-to-be is former AMA motocross racer Chris Heisser, who is now a contractor in Los Angeles, according to several media outlets. Locklear and Heisser, both 58, dated in high school and are believed to have reunited in 2017.

The actress was recently photographed wearing the ring while running errands in LA. PureWow talked to Kathryn Money of Brilliant Earth about the ring.

 

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EXCLUSIVE: Heather Locklear is engaged! After 40 years of make-ups and break-ups with her high school sweetheart Chris Heisser the actress is tying the knot for a third time as photos show her huge diamond ring. 📸: RF/ Coleman-Rayner

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Money, the company’s senior vice president of merchandising and retail expansion, said that based on photos, the ring “features what appears to be an estimated 3 to 3.5 carat oval diamond set on a white gold or platinum diamond accented band.” She praised its “elegant simplicity.”

She estimated the cost of the ring to be $45,000 to $85,000, depending on the specifics of the center stone, according to PureWow.

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