Pam in white satin gown for night out in West Hollywood

She is one of the most iconic TV actresses of our time.

And Pamela Anderson looked flawless as she exited Craig’s restaurant after a night out in West Hollywood on Friday.

The 50-year-old former Baywatch star showed off her stylish flair in a flowing white number as she strutted out of the eatery with her pal.

Pamela made the most of her curves as she slipped on the plunging white satin number which flaunted her busty assets.

The ankle-grazing number was teamed with a clingy white cardigan, while her belongings were toted in a matching handbag.

The Canadian beauty boosted her height in a pair of black stilettos heels.

Pamela made the most of her age-defying features, opting for a glamorous slick of make-up.

Her blonde locks were styled into an effortless bun with loose tendrils framing her stunning face.

Pamela is currently on the promotional trail her new book Lust for Love: Rekindling Intimacy and Passion in Your Relationship.

While promoting her latest work, she also touched on the family spat between her 22-year-old son Brandon and her ex-husband Tommy Lee three months back.

The mother-of-two was asked about the fight between her son and her ex on Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday.

The model and actress shares sons Brandon, 22, and Dylan, 20, with ex-husband Tommy Lee.

Pamela threw some shade at the Motley Crue drummer, who revealed details of the family spat on social media as it unfolded in March.

‘They’re both adults,’ Pamela said. ‘Maybe Brandon more so.’

The incident was purportedly triggered after the heavy metal veteran spoke out against Pamela in a social media post. He later showed off a picture of his fat lip saying that his heart was ‘broken’ amid the family fight.

He wrote: ‘You can give your kids everything they could ever want in their entire lives and they can still turn against you. Good job Brandon! Great son!’

Asked by ET if the father and son had reconciled in the wake of the row, Pamela said that ‘it’s between them’ and hoped that there was a lesson learned amid the nasty public spat.

‘I wish the best for everybody, but, you know, we’re all growing and learning and this is part of it,’ she said. ‘It’s too bad, but like I said, it’s the past.’

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source: Daily Mail

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