Arnold Schwarzenegger bundled up as he watched the competition at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup on Sunday.
The actor, 76, who recently auctioned off his rare watch to support the Schwarzenegger Climate Initiative, seemed to be having a great time as he caught the Men’s Slalom in Kitzbuehel, Austria.
The former governor of California donned a sage green coat over what appeared to be a bright red sweater.
He covered his salt-and-pepper hair with a black wool alpine hat with a sage green trim.
The Terminator franchise star wore reflective sunglasses with a black square frame.
Arnold Schwarzenegger bundled up as he watched the Men’s Slalom competition at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Sunday, wearing a sage green coat, a red sweater and a black alpine hat with sage green trim
He was joined by his girlfriend, Heather Milligan, 48.
The Elite OrthoSport founder kept warm in a purple and black ski jacket.
Her long, blonde hair was styled straight, and she placed her sunglasses atop her head as she watched the action.
She wore natural-looking makeup.
The physical therapist helped him rehab his shoulder ahead of his role in 2013’s Escape Plan.
‘After my therapy was finished, after I was finished with the movie, I called her back and took her out for lunch to say thank you, and then one thing led to the next,’ he told People.
Heather was traveling with the action star when he was taken into custody briefly in Germany in for failing to list the luxury watch headed for auction on a customs form when he landed in Munich.
Customs spokesperson Thomas Meister told the AP that the bodybuilding icon’s delay was part of a routine check.
The action star was joined by his girlfriend, Heather Milligan, 48. The Elite OrthoSport founder kept warm in a purple and black ski jacket
Arnold was briefly detained in Germany on his way to Austria for failing to list a watch destined for auction on his customs forms
The watch, a rare Audemars Piguet, was won by Arnold’s longtime friend Klemens Hallman, 48, who paid $293K for it, with proceeds going to the Schwarzenegger Climate Initiative
According to the outlet, although the watch was Arnold’s personal property, taxes must be paid on items worth more than 430 euros ($467) if they will remain in the European Union.
The Last Action Hero star’s Audemars Piguet watch, which was not initially declared, had an estimated worth of around 20,000 euros ($21,739), the German newspaper Bild reported.
Arnold paid the duty and the time piece went for a whopping $293,000 when it was sold at auction Thursday night in Vienna.
Some $1.4 million was raised during the auction. Proceeds will go to fund environmental projects supported by the Schwarzenegger Climate Initiative.