Pamela dons face mask and PPE shield for flight

Pamela Anderson was sure to put her style stamp on her latest airport look as she documented her first flight in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic on Instagram.

The 53-year-old was sure to stay protected as she donned a PPE shield, protective face mask and blue non-latex gloves for her flight to LA on Thursday.

The blonde bombshell, who was catapulted to fame on US series Baywatch, didn’t sport all PPE for her travel and instead opted for a chic shirt-sleeved jumpsuit.

The TV star worked her platinum locks into a voluminous wavy-style and sported a dramatic beauty look.

Captioning her post, she penned: ‘Airplane look today. Stay safe. Blue gloves going on now – 1st #covid19 flight. …

‘Got my @dickies jumpsuit in #whistler @thecircle …. to LA ✈️ I like to go where it’s hot … 1d’.

Her post didn’t go unnoticed by her 1million followers but more importantly her son Brandon Lee, who commented: ‘This may be my favorite looks of all time’.

Earlier this month, Pamela looked sexier than ever as she celebrated both Canada Day and her 53rd birthday.

Anderson took to Instagram on with a leggy black-and-white shot in which she donned a black romper while laying on her belly on the bed in a luxurious bedroom.

The Baywatch alum wrote in the caption ‘Happy [Canada] day,’ using an emoji of the Canadian flag to represent the county.

The V.I.P. actress also recently made a plea to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau encouraging him to go vegan and praising him for his ‘recent decision to invest another $100 million in our mushrooming plant-based industries.’

‘Your fiscally responsible move not only creates good jobs for Canadians but also spares countless animals a terrible life and death,’ she said.

She said that As COVID-19 has exposed serious health risks associated with factory farms and slaughterhouses, the world needs more sensible leaders like you, who are willing to embrace clean, compassionate, and clever food solutions.’

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source: Daily Mail