Arnold Schwarzenegger and girlfriend Heather Milligan enjoyed a shopping spree on London’s Bond Street, on Friday
The duo got caught in the rain while checking out high-end stores in the capital with their entourage on hand to hold up large golf umbrellas.
Arnold, 76, looked typically dapper in indigo jeans and a black polo shirt, which he teamed with a dark grey blazer and smart brown shoes.
Heather, 48, was dressed in a navy blouse and short textured jacket, which she wore with chic black trousers and shiny trainers, while carrying her belongings in a cross-body bag.
The heavens opened up on the couple as they stepped in and out of various luxury shops, including Prada, an art gallery and a specialist alcohol and cigar boutique.
Couple and co: Arnold Schwarzenegger, 76, and girlfriend Heather Milligan, 48, enjoyed a shopping spree on London’s Bond Street, on Friday
Protected: The duo got caught in the rain while checking out high-end stores in the capital with their entourage on hand to hold up large golf umbrellas
Chic: Heather, 48, was dressed in a navy blouse and short textured jacket, which she wore with chic black trousers and shiny trainers, while carrying her belongings in a cross-body bag
The outing comes after sources confirmed to TMZ that Arnold and Heather are not engaged after the physiotherapist was seen wearing a ring on her wedding finger in London last week.
Arnold was previously married to Maria Shriver, 67, but the pair split in 2011 after it emerged the star had fathered a son Joseph Baena with their housekeeper Mildred Baena.
Arnold and Heather have been dating since 2013. His divorce from Maria was finally completed in 2021.
The actor also has four children with his ex-wife: daughters Katharine, 33, Christina, 31, and sons Patrick, 29 and Christopher, 25.
While it was difficult to navigate initially, the longtime leading man has since established a relationship with Baena, who has turned out to follow in his dad’s footsteps with his love of weightlifting, and exercise in general, and his passion for acting.
The former Governor of California is in London to promote his new book Be Useful: Seven Tools for Life.
According to a description of the book from Amazon, Be Useful: Seven Tools for Life details ‘the seven rules to follow to realize your true purpose in life – distilled by Arnold Schwarzenegger from his own journey of ceaseless reinvention and extraordinary achievement, and available for absolutely anyone.’
Speaking to People about the book earlier in the month, Schwarzenegger was asked about key advice he’s received from costars throughout the years.
Looking good: Arnold looked typically dapper in indigo jeans and a black polo shirt, which he teamed with a dark grey blazer and smart brown shoes
Covered: The heavens opened up on the couple as they stepped in and out of various shops
Here come the boys: Three personell surrounded Arnie at all times
Luxe life: The couple visited multiple expensive shops including Prada, an art gallery and a specialist alcohol and cigar boutique
Safety first: Arnold was flanked by his security throughout the day
Fun in the capital: The Transformers star looked happy and healthy while out and about
Picking out some art: Arnie and Heather browsed artwork at a high-end gallery
Fan favourite: The Hollywood heavyweight took time to sign autographs for fans
He said he learned considerably about the craft of acting working alongside Oscar winners Sally Field and Jeff Bridges in the 1976 film Stay Hungry.
Arnold said that it ‘was absolute heaven to me to watch them perform, how smooth they were and how much I had to grow’ as an actor.
He added the key was ‘to be natural’ and ‘not to act,’ adding, ‘It’s what made Sally Field start falling into tears and crying and throwing fits. It was really her.’
Schwarzenegger said that he idolized another Oscar winner in Clint Eastwood ‘because he was kind of Mr. Cool.
‘His approach of not being noisy, that he was able to listen, I always loved that,’ he said. ‘Because I always thought that there’s something to be said about listening.’
The book description cited the actor’s ‘stratospheric success’ in the fields of bodybuilding, Hollywood and politics, saying that ‘this did not happen by accident’ but rather ‘happened as part of a process.
‘As the result of clear vision, big thinking, hard work, direct communication, resilient problem-solving, open-minded curiosity, and a commitment to giving back. All of it guided by the one lesson Arnold’s father hammered into him above all: be useful.
‘As Arnold conquered every realm he entered, he kept his father’s adage close to his heart.’
Not today: A homeless woman begged Arnie for help, but she was ushered away by his security
Multitasking: Heather listened to something in her wireless ear phones while shopping
The main man: Arnie’s security ensured he stayed dry amid the downpours
So much choice: Heather was taken by an array of handbags
Drawing attention: Arnold was swarmed by fans in the capital
Fancy! The couple perused items within the art gallery during their visit
Chic: Both Arnie and Heather looked stylish for their shopping trip
Good times: Arnie looked happy with one of his purchases
Racking up their purchases: The couple left Prada after picking out some itemrs
Loving life: Arnie was shown various different cigars
Legend: The superstar made sure to please fans by signing autographs
Nice! Arnie was taken through an array of different varieties of alcohol
Got it! He held up the cigars he picked out for himself