Pamela Anderson just tied the knot for the fifth time, and this time she decided to walk down the aisle with her bodyguard, Dan Hayhurst.
According to multiple reports, the blonde bombshell got hitched in a private ceremony at the actress’s Vancouver Island home in Canada. The actress apparently fell madly in love with her hired muscle during the COVID-19 lockdown after spending 24/7 together.
As you know, Pamela is coming off of a very short marriage to movie producer Jon Peters — who she married last January, only to break up 12 days later having never filed the legal documents to become husband and wife.
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According to DailyMail, who obtained photos from the ceremony and spoke to the actress about her nuptials, the couple was married on her property on Christmas Eve.
“I’m exactly where I need to be – in the arms of a man who truly loves me,” Anderson told the outlet. Hayhurst, who is also a builder, joined Pamela in a traditional wedding in the backyard of the sprawling estate in Ladysmith, a remote fishing village in Canada. The actress lived in the small town until Playboy moved her to Los Angeles.
“This one year together has felt like seven – like dog years,” Pamela joked, adding the couple is head over heels for each other and their relationship is a “natural fit.”
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The couple decided to have no bridesmaids and no groomsman, instead of keeping the affair to a small group of family and friends.
The wedding location was recently renovated by Anderson, who dropped $1 million into the property which Dan has been helping with the building. “The property has a special energy. It’s full of deer, bears, raccoons, eagles, the trees have known me my whole life, and to be surrounded by the nature I knew since birth on my wedding day was very powerful,” she said.
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As for the most important part — the cake — the couple opted for a vegan style dessert which included double vanilla, triple coconut cake which included a handblown glass deer ornament to represent her “love for animals” and a white carnation with symbolized, “Pure Love.”
“I was married on the property I bought from my grandparents 25 years ago, this is where my parents were married and they are still together. I feel like I’ve come full circle,” Anderson told DailyMail.
Adding, “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.”
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