Anderson sparks wedding rumours

Anderson sparks wedding rumours

Pamela Anderson has sparked rumours she is to marry for the fourth time - after one of her designer pals told friends he is working on the actress' new wedding dress.

The former 'Baywatch' babe has had three short-lived unions with Tommy Lee, Kid Rock and Rick Salomon, and is currently dating scuba diver Jamie Padgett.

Anderson admits her sons from her first marriage to Tommy Lee - Brandon, 12, and Dylan, 10 - love her new man.

And at a party in Miami, Florida this week, the actress and her designer pal Richie Rich reportedly teased fellow guests by hinting she has got engaged.

Anderson gushed: "They (my sons) just like that Mommy's happy, we're all happy."

Asked about wedding dresses, Richie chipped in: "I already did one - we'll do another one."

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