Heather Locklear's Happy Anniversary Post to Ex-Husband Tommy Lee Is Confusing, to Say the Least

Heather Locklear's Happy Anniversary Post to Ex-Husband Tommy Lee Is Confusing, to Say the Least

Hey, remember when Heather Locklear married Mötley Crue rocker Tommy Lee in the quintessential rock and roll wedding of the '80s? We sure haven't… And apparently neither has the former bride herself! Locklear just posted the ultimate throwback photo of herself and her former husband to celebrate what would have been their 30th anniversary. A little strange? Perhaps. But who doesn't love a good 1980's throwback, right? However, we probably would've chosen a pic with a little less PDA…

In case you're in need of BRIDES refresher course, the former Melrose Place actress and the Mötley Crue drummer tied the knot on May 10, 1986 at the swanky Biltmore Hotel in Santa Barbara, California, with both the bride and groom rocking some serious retro looks - feathered bangs and all. Lee's fellow Mötley Crue members, Vince Neil and Nikki Sixx, were included in the festivities as groomsmen, natch. But after seven years of marriage, the pair called it quits in 1993. Since the divorce, Locklear wed guitarist Richie Sambora and Lee infamously married Pamela Anderson just four days after meeting her the year after. Sadly, both of those marriages also ended in divorce. But, hey, at least these two exes seem amicable. One look at Locklear's tongue-on-tongue throwback pic and you'd have to agree.

To mark what would have been the 30th anniversary of their 1986 marriage, Locklear took to Instagram and gave her former hubby a steamy shout-out. "Happy 30 years baby," the actress captioned the pic, which featured her sitting on Lee's lap and engaged in a pretty hot and heavy lip lock!

Locklear also posted a second (and more suitable for work) photo, taken on her and Lee's actual wedding day, with Locklear wearing her '80s-style, wedding dress Lee rocking his white suit, and the Mötley Crue band members in tow. Talk about a throwback!

So, um, happy would-be anniversary, we guess?

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