At 52, Pamela Anderson is now in a new chapter of her life.
The former “Baywatch” bombshell has just tied the knot for the 5th time, this time to hairdresser-turned-Hollywood mogul Jon Peters. The newlyweds exchanged vows earlier on Monday, over 30 years since they first dated.
Jon Peters is a 74-year-old film producer, who is known for Tim Burton’s “Batman” films and 1976’s “A Star Is Born” starring Barbra Streisand. The couple knew each other when they met at the Playboy mansion (that’s where he first popped the question) when Pamela’s career was just kicking off. Although they had a casual fling 3 decades ago, nothing serious came out of it.
“I was 19 years old. I knew she would be a great star. We end up living together. Of course, Hefner loved her and was aware of her beauty. Pamela was a girl who without makeup was beautiful. Very intelligent and talented,” Jon previously said. adding, “There are beautiful girls everywhere I could choose, but for 35 years I have only loved Pamela. She makes me wild, in a good way. It inspires me. I protect her and treat her as she deserves to be treated.”
“They were married yesterday in a private ceremony in Malibu. They love each other very much,” an insider told AFP. The actress penned a lovestruck statement in the form of a poem where she called Jon “the original ‘bad boy’ of Hollywood”.
“His life used to scare me. So much for a girl like me,” wrote Pam. “Now I’ve seen more of life and realise He’s been there all along.” Although the animal activist hasn’t divulged much about her wedding on social media, she uploaded a series of black-and-white photo portraits on Instagram, where she captioned, “Love is in the air.”
The Canadian-born actress was previously married to rockers Tommy Lee and Kid Rock. She twice wed professional poker player Rick Salomon. Her last boyfriend was French football star Adil Rami, whom she lived with in France for awhile.
Jon, on the other hand, was wed to Henrietta Zampitella from 1962 until 1966, then actress Lesley Ann Warren from 1967 until 1977. He also tied the knot with producer Christine Forsyth in 1987 before splitting in 1993.