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Pamela Anderson looks effortlessly elegant at star-studded fashion bash during PFW

She is always the spectacle of every fashion extravaganza.

And Pamela Anderson was a vision when she attended the 17th Diner De La Mode as part of Paris Fashion Week, in France on Thursday.

The Baywatch queen, 51, was the epitome of elegance in a one-shoulder ivory ballgown which hung from her phenomenal body.

Cinched at the waist with a belt, the Canadian-American actress ensured the dress was tailored to showing off her ageless figure.

Pammy sexily exposed a glimpse at her leg in the side split of the heavenly gown which was slashed to her thigh.

Tossing her coiffed golden curls to her left side, the actress put her glittering earrings on display for everyone to see as well as drawing eyes to her smooth visage.

The golden-haired icon caused quite a stir on social media when she claimed the world had lost ‘good men’ to ‘porn and PlayStation’ in a Twitter thread.

Pamela said: ‘Porn and PlayStation; we’ve lost many good men to this. GONE. No return. Talk to our children. As young adults we can make our own choices.

‘It’s a slippery slope. I (pray) kids can be brave. Rebel against it all. Nightmare.’

Pammy recently shared she was missing her two children Brandon, 22, and Dylan, 21, whom she raises with her first ex-husband Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, 56.

The mother-of-two, who moved away from the sunny shores of Malibu, enthused she couldn’t wait for her children to come and visit her in France.

She told Silvia Toffanin on Italy’s Canale 5 TV show Verissimo: ‘I miss my children. You know I live in France now and they have very busy lives. I can’t wait for the next time they’ll come visit me.’

The proud mum made the claim her children no longer need ‘their mother’ anymore in a sad sentiment.

‘They are 22 and 21 and they just bought a house together in California. They are very independent, I couldn’t be prouder of them. One is an actor and the other is a musician and they don’t need their mother anymore.

Pamela tries to keep up to date with her boys lives from afar including their romantic endeavours, however, Brandon is more inclined to share the secrets of his love life than Brandon.

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source: Daily Mail

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Pamela Anderson ‘misses’ her two sons

Pamela Anderson ‘misses’ her children since moving to France.

The 51-year-old actress has two adult sons, Brandon, 22, and Dylan, 21, but the two pair chose to stay in California when she told them she was relocating to the European country rather than move with their mother.

Pamela – who had her children with her first husband, Motley Crue drummer, Tommy Lee, 56 – is proud that her boys have their own lives in the US and was thrilled when the brothers decided to buy a house together to live in with each other, but she just ‘can’t wait’ for the next time see her kids.

Speaking to Silvia Toffanin on Italy’s Canale 5 TV show Verissimo, she said: ‘I miss my children. You know I live in France now and they have very busy lives. I can’t wait for the next time they’ll come visit me.

‘They are 22 and 21 and they just bought a house together in California. They are very independent, I couldn’t be prouder of them. One is an actor and the other is a musician and they don’t need their mother anymore,’ she said.

Pamela tries to keep up to date with her boys lives from afar including their romantic endeavours, however, Brandon is more inclined to share the secrets of his love life than Brandon.

She said: ‘Brandon has an off-and-on girlfriend, Dylan depends … But they are very romantic. And they have great taste when it comes to women.

‘They really care about me. They give me lots of presents, they invite me to dinner, they buy me flowers. It’s amazing.’

The former Baywatch star relocated to France for her French soccer player boyfriend Adil Rami, 33, and although she is very happy with the sportsman she hasn’t thought about marriage – yet.

When asked if she thinks she will ever marry her beau, the four times married beauty answered: ‘Who knows? There is a slim chance.’

source: Daily Mail

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Pamela Anderson on never wearing leather again: ‘I call myself a naughty vegan’

I decided to become vegetarian when I was a child. My father was a hunter and one day I found a dead deer, without its head, hanging outside our home, dripping blood into a bucket. I cried for days. It wasn’t hard for me to give up something so cruel. I got my father to stop hunting, too.

I call myself a naughty vegan. I live in France, I eat croissants. I do the best I can, but I’m not a dictator. It’s a radical choice to be vegan, so I’m not so strict. Stella McCartney and Paul and Linda created Meatless Mondays, so even if you don’t eat meat on Mondays, you are still doing something good. If you’re Canadian, like me, and grew up in the coastal areas, sometimes you think if you’re vegetarian, you can still eat fish.

You learn as you go along; you make changes. I once promoted a fur line in Russia, where the market is very real because of the weather. And Barb Wire was all leather – I just didn’t think of it at the time. Today I wouldn’t wear fur, and I don’t want to glamorise it by wearing faux, but it’s still better than wearing someone’s else’s skin. I sent faux fur coats to Melania Trump and Kim Kardashian, and both have sworn off fur since. On my sons’ modelling contracts now, it says no fur. They’re both vegan, too, but I never forced it on them.

I started with animals and moved to environmental causes with Vivienne Westwood. She and I are kindred spirits, and I’ve learned so much from her. Her message is more in-depth than the hashtag movement; you have to go further than that – we can control what we wear, what we eat. Fashion has so many new fabrics, recycled from the pollution in the ocean. You just have to be engaged with the world.

As for thinking you’ve done something because you’ve worn a slogan T-shirt or used a hashtag? You still have to take action. I’ve written to governments, delivered a petition to stop bullfighting and protested about foie gras in front of the French government.

I never thought I’d be a style icon. Early on in my career I wasn’t really a fan of clothes. I never thought much about the red swimsuit I wore on Baywatch. It was a beach show and I thought everyone was watching it for the message – it was sweet! I don’t think any of us was trying to act sexy. Maybe the producers had that in mind, but we weren’t thinking about it.

How I dress now is how I’ve always wanted to: in feminine, simple clothing, nothing hard-edged. I don’t like black; I love colours and dresses, and being comfortable. There was a time in my life when everyone was doing everything for me – even my husbands were dressing me. I don’t know where I am in my career. I was going to say I’m glad I’m at the end of it, so I don’t have to be in front of the camera for too much longer. But for the first time in my life I don’t have an army of people making decisions for me. I can finally decide for myself.

Source: theguardian.com

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