- Pamela Anderson married veteran movie producer Jon Peters on Monday, 20 January
- Both of them have been married to different people on five different occasions since the 1980s before they eventually got together
- Peters said although there are many beautiful women around, he had always had his eyes on Pamela
Pamela Anderson married movie producer, Jon Peters, on Monday, 20 January after they having a good romance going for a while.
According to Daily Mail, the wedding ceremony was held in Malibu. The couple got married 30 years after going on their original first date.
The famous movie producer said despite the fact that there are beautiful girls all around, he picked her because she always makes him feel good.
"His life used to scare me. So much for a girl like me. Now I’ve seen more of life and realise… He’s been there all along. Never failed me - I’m ready now and he’s ready too.
“We understand and respect each other - we love each other without conditions. - I’m a lucky woman. Proof God has a plan," she said.
Pamela has had her own long history of marriages and was first married to Tommy Lee in 1995. They had two children.
Afterwards, she got married to Kid Rock in 2006 which lasted till 2007. On two different occasions, she has married Rock Salomon in 2007 and 2014.
Peters had also married on five different occasions. The first was Henrietta Zampitella in 1962 before he married an actress, Lesley Ann Warren in 1967.
In 1970, he married Barbra Streisand, a marriage that ended in the early 1980s. His marriage with Christine Forsyth in 1987 ended in 1993. Again in 2001, he married Mindy Peters.
The veteran producer has worked on movies from the 1980s down to 2018.
Meanwhile, Alena Kate Pettitt, a 34-year-old mum, said that her main aim in life is to be a traditional wife who submits to her husband like it was during the 1950s.
She very much holds the opinion that women are just homemakers while men do all the getting provisions for the family.
To make this a reality, Alena operates The Darling Academy, a school that teaches women how to be feminine and perform the duties expected of them.
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