Dolph Lundgren spent an afternoon with his fiancée Emma Krokdal in West Hollywood on Friday.
The Rocky IV actor, 64, wore a black t-shirt and white shorts that ended just above his knees.
He walked in heavy black sneakers and silver chains hanging down to the top of his chest.
Day: Dolph Lundgren spent an afternoon with his fiancée Emma Krokdal in West Hollywood on Friday
His gray-blonde hair was slicked back over his face, and although he had sunglasses on, they hung loosely from his collar.
Lundgren’s love, 25, showed off her toned stomach in a black crop top, and she added green cargo shorts ending at the mid-thigh.
She slung a black leather handbag over her shoulder and walked in comfortable white tennis shoes.
Relaxed: The Rocky IV actor, 64, donned a black t-shirt and white shorts that ended just above his knees
Baring some skin: Lundgren’s better half, 25, showed off her toned midriff in a black cropped top and green cargo shorts ending mid-thigh
The social media influencer tied her dark brown hair in a loose ponytail behind her head.
Dolph announced his engagement to Emma in an Instagram post on June 29, 2020.
The action star met the fitness expert at the Equinox gym, where she worked, in July 2019.
They started dating in 2019 and went public with their relationship in January 2020 at the Cana Dorada Film & Music Festival in the Dominican Republic.
‘I feel very lucky to have someone like Emma at this age. It has changed my life and I hope I can give her the kind of help and support that takes a long time to discover and accumulate’ , he told Muscle and Health about his relationship last year.
Working out: The action met the fitness expert at the Equinox gym, where she worked, in July 2019 (pictured July 2022)
Engaged! They started dating in 2019 and went public with their relationship in January 2020 at the Cana Dorada Film & Music Festival in the Dominican Republic (pictured March 2022)
While her personal life seems to be going well, the star recently got into a public feud with her former co-star Sylvester Stallone.
Stallone, 76, took to Instagram last week to react to a report from The Wrap that Robert Lawton has been brought in to write the script for the Rocky spin-off, which would chronicle the origins of Ivan Drago, the Soviet boxer villain from Rocky IV who Lundgren played.
Stallone said he wasn’t involved in the spinoff, calling Winkler “pathetic” and his sons Charles and David “dumb vulture kids.”
He also called out Lundgren, adding: ‘By the way, I used to have nothing but respect for Dolph but he NEVER told me what was going on behind my back with the character I created for him!!! TRUE FRIENDS Are more precious than gold.’
Spin-off: Sylvester Stallone is not too happy with Rocky producer Irwin Winkler and his sons, Charles and David, for their involvement in a Rocky spin-off they are doing without him, centered on the character of Stallone in Rocky IV, Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago
Dolph: Lundgren took to Instagram on Sunday, sharing a photo of him and Stallone playfully throwing punches
Stallone wrote and starred in the first Rocky movie, directed by John G. Alvidsen, which won a surprising Best Picture Oscar win won by Winkler as producer.
Stallone went on to write, direct and star in Rocky II in 1979, Rocky III in 1982, Rocky IV in 1985, Rocky V in 1990 and Rocky Balboa in 2006.
Dolph was quick to play down the tensions, taking to Instagram to tell fans he was working with the Hollywood megastar.
“Just to set the record straight regarding a potential Drago spin-off. There’s no script approved, no deals in place, no director and I personally felt like my friend Sly Stallone was involved as a producer or even as an actor,’ Lundgren said.
“There was a leak in the press last week which is unfortunate. In touch with Mr. Balboa – just so all the fans can relax… There you go,” he concluded.
No plot details have been revealed, and it’s unclear whether Lundgren or Florian Munteanu, who played Ivan Drago’s son Viktor in Creed II, will return in the spin-off.
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