Babe watch! David Hasselhoff, 65, flaunts muscular chest with open shirt during outing with fiancee Hayley Roberts, 37

He was one of the original Baywatch babes.

And David Hasselhoff proved he's still got it as he flaunted his muscular chest in an open shirt in Los Angeles on Monday.

The handsome hunk, 65, was joined by his beautiful fiance Hayley Roberts, 37, as they enjoyed a casual lunch date.

Still got it! David Hasselhoff, 65, proved he's still got it as he flaunted his muscular chest in an open shirt in Los Angeles on Monday

Still got it! David Hasselhoff, 65, proved he's still got it as he flaunted his muscular chest in an open shirt in Los Angeles on Monday

Surely, making all the locals swoon, David showcased his heaving pectoral muscles and toned tummy by keeping his shirt unbuttoned.

His stark white pants revealed his statuesque legs as they were form fitting and tapered toward his loafers.

Highlighting her slender frame, Hayley donned a pair of skintight black leggings which featured stripe detailing wrapped around her lean pins.

Her golden blonde tresses were swept up in a messy bun allowing her youthful face.

Hunky strut: Making all the locals swoon, David showcased his heaving pectoral muscles and toned tummy by keeping his shirt unbuttoned

Hunky strut: Making all the locals swoon, David showcased his heaving pectoral muscles and toned tummy by keeping his shirt unbuttoned

Take it all in: The original Baywatch babe was joined by his beautiful fiance Hayley Roberts, 37, as they enjoyed a casual lunch date

Take it all in: The original Baywatch babe was joined by his beautiful fiance Hayley Roberts, 37, as they enjoyed a casual lunch date

Despite their age-gap, the pair proved to be more loved-up than ever before.  The salesgirl secured her man after she asked him for an autograph around Cardiff Bay while he was filming Britain's Got Talent. in 2011.

Their romance blossomed after David promised to give her a signature if she went on a date with him in return. 

The couple announced their engagement in May 2016 via Hello! magazine, with Hayley saying of the Malibu proposal: 'We were both in tears. I genuinely had no idea he was going to do that. I’m still so overwhelmed.' 

David added: 'I had a saying: "You don't get married because you want to live with someone, you get married because you can't live without them."

Blossoming: Their romance blossomed after David promised to give her a signature if she went on a date with him in return (Pictured in 2017)

Blossoming: Their romance blossomed after David promised to give her a signature if she went on a date with him in return (Pictured in 2017)

'I felt that way. I knew that I was really unhappy without her. I waited to propose because I thought I was too old for her.'  

David was previously married to actress Catherine Hickland - who guest-starred on his show Knight Rider - from 1984 to 1989. The TV star is now married to the late Carrie Fisher's brother Todd Fisher.

While he went on to marry Pamela Bach in 1989 and welcomed two daughters with her; Taylor, 27, and Hayley, 25.

They filed for divorce over irreconcilable differences in January 2006, before their divorce was finalized that August. 

First: David was previously married to actress Catherine Hickland - who guest-starred on his show Knight Rider - from 1984 to 1989

First: David was previously married to actress Catherine Hickland - who guest-starred on his show Knight Rider - from 1984 to 1989

In the past: While he went on to marry Pamela Bach in 1989 and then filed for divorce over irreconcilable differences in January 2006, before their divorce was finalized that August (Pictured in 2002)

In the past: While he went on to marry Pamela Bach in 1989 and then filed for divorce over irreconcilable differences in January 2006, before their divorce was finalized that August (Pictured in 2002)

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