Michael Lockwood spent some quality time with twin daughters Finley and Harper on Father's Day, treating the pair to a shopping mall trip — see the photos exclusively on Radar.
Dressed in a casual camouflage tank top, Lockwood seemed to be in a good mood as he arrived to pick up his daughters.
He spent around 20 minutes at Priscilla's before driving with the twins to the Westfield Shopping Centre in Century City. He was met there by an assistant who took his car, while he walked the rest of the way with his girls.
An eyewitness said: "The kids were happy and Michael appeared in great spirits. He held both of them by the hand and they all walked to the mall, they appeared very jubilant and relaxed."
"Although the divorce is taking a heavy toll on both Michael and Priscilla, he still gets to spend a lot of time with his kids," the source continued. "Finley and Harper both held on to him tightly and were both smiling at him as he took them into the mall. It was obviously a treat for all of them."
Although it is unknown what custody arrangements Presley and Lockwood have agreed to, Finley and Harper are said to have visits with their father a few times a week.
As Radar previously reported earlier this year, the Beverly Hills P.D. officers confirmed they had taken several items from Lockwood's home amid accusations of "disturbing" images of children discovered on his computer earlier this year. Elvis's only daughter claimed in court papers that cops found 80 of Lockwood's devices during a raid, though they haven't been fully analyzed at this time: "I was shocked, horrified, and sick to my stomach. I have no idea what else may be on those devices and fear that there are more and worse images and evidence in these un-analyzed devices."
Presley and Lockwood married in 2006, filing for divorce ten years later in June 2016, the same month cops were called out. Lockwood, 55, has strongly fired back at his ex-wife, saying he is "disgusted" by Presley's decision to go public with her claims, and calling the allegations "unproven."
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