She is most commonly found turning heads in slinky gowns at glamorous events.
But Pamela Anderson proved she could work a dressed-down look just as well, as she stepped out in Paris on Friday.
The Baywatch star, 51, wrapped up warm for the declining temperatures, wearing a belted Burberry padded jacket.
Pamela’s coat featured button detailing down the front and buckled cuffs around the wrists, giving her winter coat an added edge.
She teamed the look with a pair of form-fitting black leggings and heeled pumps as she left her hotel in the city for a dog walk.
The actress styled her blonde bombshell locks in glamorous waves while opting for a full pallet of make-up in natural tones with lashings of kohl liner.
For the outing, Pamela took with her two raffia bags, one of which she slung of her shoulder while toting the other in hand.
Her outing comes just weeks after she accused Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison of making ‘smutty’ and ‘unnecessary’ comments about her after she appealed to the prime minister to defend Julian Assange.
Earlier this month, the actress called for Mr Morrison to support the WikiLeaks founder, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for six years.
‘Defend your friend and get Julian his passport back and take him back to Australia and be proud of him and throw him a parade when he gets home,’ she requested of Mr Morrison through the Nine Network’s 60 Minutes.
The prime minister later chuckled loudly in an interview after being asked if intended to heed the star’s advice, before simply replying: ‘No.’
‘I’ve had plenty of mates who have asked me if they can be my special envoy to sort the issue out with Pamela Anderson,’ he told Gold Coast radio station Hot Tomato FM.
‘But putting that to one side, the serious issue is no, our position on that hasn’t changed.’
In an open letter published on her website, Ms Anderson has said the comments were ‘disappointing’.
‘You trivialized and laughed about the suffering of an Australian and his family. You followed it with smutty, unnecessary comments about a woman voicing her political opinion,’ she wrote.
The star said people deserve better from their political leaders and that Mr Assange is not ‘getting a fair go’.
‘Rather than making lewd suggestions about me, perhaps you should instead think about what you are going to say to millions of Australians when one of their own is marched in an orange jumpsuit to Guantanamo Bay – for publishing the truth. You can prevent this.’
‘This Australian is not getting a fair go; his human rights are being openly violated. I am hopeful Australia now has a leader with strength and conviction enough to bring him home.’
Mr Assange took refuge in Ecuador’s embassy in 2012, after British courts ordered his extradition to Sweden to face questioning in a sexual molestation case.
The case was dropped but supporters have said Assange fears leaving the embassy in case he’s extradited to the United States over WikiLeaks’ publication of US diplomatic and military secrets.
source: Daily Mail
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