28/01/2021 08:38 GMT

Pamela Anderson Reveals She Married Her Bodyguard On Christmas Eve

The former Baywatch star and Dan Hayhurst got hitched in Canada.

Pamela Anderson has revealed that she is married for the fifth time, after privately tying the knot with her bodyguard.

The former Baywatch star told DailyMail TV she and Dan Hayhurst were wed in a ceremony at her home in Canada which took place on Christmas Eve.

She and Dan are thought to have fallen in love after meeting at the beginning of lockdown last year.

“I’m exactly where I need to be – in the arms of a man who truly loves me,” she said, adding: “This one year together has felt like seven - like dog years.”

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Pamela Anderson

Speaking about the decision to hold the ceremony at home, she said: “I think this romantic property has a lot of healing energy. I’m at peace here.

“It’s a big property but a few people passing by could see the fairytale gown with the long Princess Diana veil dragging in the mud. Heaven.” 

HuffPost UK has contacted Pamela Anderson’s representative for further comment.


Pammie has been married four times in the past, to three different men.

In 1995, she married Tommy Lee of Motley Crue, with whom she has two grown-up sons, Brandon Thomas and Dylan Jagger.

She was then married to musician Kid Rock and then Rick Salamon, first marrying the professional poker player in 2007, which lasted a year.

The two later reconciled and married again in 2014, though they finally divorced for good in 2015.

Last year, Pamela made headlines when it was reported she’d married film producer and long-time friend Jon Peters, only for the pair to split up 12 days later.

However, she later insisted that they were never legally married.

A tweet posted to her official Twitter account in September 2020 said: “Pamela Anderson was never legally married to Jon Peters (life long family friend) no hard feelings — no Marraige, no Divorce... just a bizarre theatrical lunch — Pamela has a good sense of humor about it [sic].”