White hot: Heather Locklear looked incredible as she wore a white bikini and crocheted skirt while enjoying the sunshine with friends in Hawaii over the weekend.
When it comes to swimwear choices, a revealing strappy bikini might not be top of the list for the majority of 51-year-olds.
But Heather Locklear appears more confident than ever despite her age, and showed off her flawless figure in a white two-piece as she enjoyed a holiday with friends in Hawaii over the weekend.
The former Melrose Place star opted for a white bikini top which wrapped around her torso, paired with matching bottoms.
Maintaining some modesty, Heather teamed the white bikini with a crocheted miniskirt as she strolled along the beach.
Ever stylish, Heather finished off her look with a straw hat, sunglasses and stacked bracelets, with a matching blue-stoned ring and necklace.
The actress is enjoying some adult time as her daughter Ava, 15, is on holiday with her father Richie Sambora in Europe.
Heather, who is currently starring in new series Franklin & Bash, spoke recently about how she maintains her slimline figure, crediting weights for helping her stay in shape.
However, it was recently claimed that Heather followed a ‘no carbs, no sugar’ diet in a bid to get in the best shape possible for her role in the drama-comedy TV series.
A source told the National Enquirer that Ava pleaded with her mother to return to a normal diet when she took her weight loss too far.
The source said: ‘Heather has never been overweight and never had to watch what she eats, but like all actresses – especially the older ones- she’s insecure.
‘Heather wanted to make sure her return to TV was memorable, so she cut out all carbs and sugar and the pounds just dropped off. But she’s gone too far, and even (her daughter) Ava, begged her to stop losing weight.
‘Heather admitted she got carried away and blamed it on the pressure to stay thin in Hollywood.’
SOURCE: Daily Mail 

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