She struck up an unlikely friendship with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in 2014.
Having formed a strong bond, Pamela Anderson was spotted for the fifth time in four months visiting her pal at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on Saturday afternoon.
The 49-year-old Baywatch beauty wrapped up for her outing as she stylishly draped a long statement grey coat over her slender frame for her lunch time catch-up.
Her choice of coat featured wide lapels and eye-catching brown buttons as she casually sauntered through the city’s streets.
Adding a racy touch to her look, she donned a pair of black fishnet tights while slipping on a black pencil skirt, which hugged her endless curves.
The TV star – who has two children with ex husband and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee – paired her winter inspired ensemble with a gorilla emblazoned oversized jumper.
Completing her outfit, the buxom bombshell adorned her feet with a leather heeled boot that elongated her toned pins, while she held her soft grey satchel and Pret A Manager lunch offering.
Ever the glamourpuss, she donned a pair of cat-eye shades as her peroxide blonde locks cascaded down her shoulders into a curl.
Pamela’s demure appearance comes after her last visit to Assange in December, where he has been hiding under political asylum since 2012 to avoid a rape investigation in Sweden.
He has struck up an unlikely friendship with Pamela and even complained when she kept bringing him ‘vegan foods’.
In November, the Peta ambassador arms were full, as she juggled a straw bag, coffee shop carrier bag and a tray laden with treats like fruit salad and vegetarian burgers.
Although a kind gesture, Assange apparently didn’t enjoy her offering, describing the vegan treats as ‘torture’.
Pamela – who will appear in the new film reboot of Baywatch later this year – set up The Pamela Anderson Foundation at the start of 2014 with the goal of using her celebrity to help environmental causes and to protect vulnerable people and animals.
Since then she has raised awareness for organisations such as PETA and Mercy For Animals, and joined initiatives that seek to protect the Arctic, halt deforestation and speak out against the force feeding of ducks and geese, a practice used in the production of foie gras.
In August 2014 fashion designer and activist Vivienne Westwood introduced Pamela to Julian.
Speaking to The Mail On Sunday shortly after the meeting, the fashion designer explained the meeting of minds.
‘I was supposed to take Pamela to see Julian in the embassy but she got the date wrong, so she went on her own the day after me. She told me afterwards that they got on very well.
‘Julian was just brilliant… Pamela’s trying to help people with her new trust and he gave her some ideas on how to do that.’
source: Daily Mail
Iconic British brand Vivienne Westwood has unveiled a new campaign shot by Juergen Teller and starring Pamela Anderson. The campaign is for the brand’s Spring/Summer 2017 collaboration with Andreas Kronthaler and was shot in Greece.
“I was in London. Andreas asked me to come to Greece with them,” said Anderson, according to DAZED. “This time we were shooting at Juergen’s home. I love the apocalyptic feel when we shoot. A warrior comes over me and it feels like life and death. How will we survive the climate and over population? We may all become cannibals – or eat rocks […] I have learned from Vivienne that each day is an opportunity. That I cannot be silent. I must be specific and work very hard every day to engage in the world. As a reader and art lover – and activist.”
Look out for the campaign in print over the next few weeks.
source: HUH magazine
Pamela Anderson is helping Russian orphans find homes.
The former ‘Baywatch’ star is backing the ‘Read to Me’ campaign launched by the Change One Life charity and appears in a video hosted on the campaign’s website and on YouTube in which she recites the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale ‘Princess and the Pea’ about a bedraggled princess who is made to prove she’s worthy of marrying her prince.
In the story – penned in 1835 – the princess arrives at the palace soaked from the rain and grubby from being out in the cold and is ordered to sleep on twenty mattresses by the queen to prove she’s royalty.
In the morning, the princess is asked how she slept and replies “very badly”, proving she is a real princess “because she had felt the pea right through the twenty mattresses”.
After reading the tome to “all the orphans in Russia and all over the world,” Pamela urges people to lend their support to the cause, and says: “There, that’s a true story. Help me to support the ‘Read To Me’ project, join the ‘Read To Me’ channel, let’s turn their days into a fairy tale.”
The 49-year-old blonde bombshell – who has two sons, Brandon, 20, and Dylan, 19, with her ex-husband Tommy Lee – is a committed philanthropist and animal rights supporter.
In recent months, Pamela has launched a ‘Sensual Revolution’ campaign with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach to warn of the dangers of online pornography and has worked with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) on a project to stop mass salmon farming in Canada and called on British Prime Minister Theresa May to impose a UK ban on wild animal acts in circuses.