Former 'Baywatch' actress Pamela Anderson has confirmed she has remarried her ex-husband Rick Salomon, whose initial marriage in October 2007 lasted only two months.
Pamela Anderson has remarried her ex-husband Rick Salomon.
The couple's original marriage in October 2007 only lasted two months before they filed for divorce, but their romance was rekindled and the former 'Baywatch' actress has confirmed they have tied the knot once again.
Asked by E! News about the nuptials, she said: ''Yes ... We're very happy. Our families are very happy and that's all that matters.''
The reunited pair made the announcement at Sean Penn's Help Haiti Gala in Los Angeles yesterday (11.01.14), where Pamela appeared with a new ring.
Speaking in October, the star revealed they were back together - with no hints of marriage - and described them as friends ''with benefits''.
She said: ''I say we're best friends ... with benefits.''
She also cut off her trademark long locks as a symbol of a fresh start in her life, as well as being more comfortable when she ran the New York City Marathon in Central Park.
She previously explained: ''I just thought, you know, my hair had had a life.
''And I wanted to kind of put that behind me and start fresh. And I thought it'd be good for the marathon. And it was.''
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