'Baywatch' babe staying away from British men

'Baywatch' babe staying away from British men

Pamela Anderson wouldn’t date a British man.

The former ‘Baywatch’ actress – who enjoyed a brief romance with hunky British TV presenter Steve Jones – is friends with lots of guys from the UK but isn’t prepared to get romantically involved with any of them because she lives in the US.

Pamela – who has two sons, Brandon, 14, and Dylan, 13, with her ex-husband Tommy Lee - said: “I do have a few gorgeous British friends who are wonderful, intelligent, sexy and who are nice to flirt with, although too far away to get anything meaningful going here.

“I’ve been restraining myself and being very choosy as I’m concentrating on my children just now.”

Although she isn’t an anglophile when it comes to guys, the 43-year-old sex symbol loves coming to the UK because she enjoys the culture, history and shopping.

She said: “It’s wonderful to come here and relax and buy some beautiful lingerie and clothes. It’s gorgeous walking through the streets and visiting museums, galleries and friends.”

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