Melrose Place star Heather Locklear's mini-me daughter engaged in stunning proposal
13.02.2024 - 00:25
Congratulations are in order for Heather Locklear’s daughter, Ava Sambora, who has revealed that she has got engaged. Bride-to-be Ava is the daughter of actress Heather and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora.
Ava’s partner, Tyler Farrar, announced the news on Sunday, 11 February in a sweet Instagram post which featured a series of pictures of their engagement alongside the caption: “Hard launch!!” In one of the snaps, Tyler could be seen on one knee as he popped the question in front of a stunning sea view at sunset.
The moment was even more romantic thanks to a beautiful white floral arch, which was surrounded by candles. Meanwhile, two other snaps showed 26 year old Ava hugging her beau as they celebrated the milestone moment and showed off the jaw-dropping ring.
For the occasion, Ava looked radiant as she wore a head-to-toe white look which featured a cosy cardigan, mini dress and strappy heels.
To finish off the look, she let her long blonde hair flow down her back.
Tyler looked equally as stylish as he opted for a pair of khaki coloured trousers and white trainers which he paired with a white shirt. In response to the post, Ava’s doting mum Heather, who is known for roles in shows including Melrose Place and TJ Hooker, commented on the announcement and sweetly wrote: “My two favourite people”.
In turn, fans of the actress sent their best wishes, with one Instagram user writing: “So exciting for your family”. A second added: “Congratulations ‘mumma of the bride to be’.
A third wrote: “Congratulations to Ava and your family! How wonderful!”. In 2023, in an interview with People, Ava's dad Richie gushed over his daughter’s achievements and revealed that she’d recently obtained a master’s degree and was planning to study
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