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Pamela Anderson kept it classy in an all-black outfit on Wednesday while stepping out for dinner in New York City.
The 54-year-old actress wore a knee-length black dress and bundled up with a long matching cape.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the Atlantic, jailed Julian Assange married fiancée Stella Morris – the mother of two children he secretly fathered within the walls of London’s Ecuadorian embassy – at Belmarsh high security prison.
Pamela and Julian famously have a close relationship, with the superstar previously calling him one of her ‘favourite people.’
Classy look: Pamela Anderson kept it classy in an all-black outfit on Wednesday while stepping out for dinner in New York as across the Atlantic her close friend Julian Assange got married
Pamela completed her ensemble with open-toed Louboutin heels and clutched a small handbag. She had her blonde hair down in soft curls around her shoulders.
She accentuated her natural beauty with full eye makeup and added a pop of color with red lipstick.
The Baywatch star was accompanied by her 25-year-old son Brandon Thomas Lee.
Brandon looked dapper in a dark blue suit with a white dress shirt, brown tie and leather shoes.
Black outfit: The 54-year-old actress wore a knee-length black dress and bundled up with a long matching cape
Pamela’s friend Assange, who is facing extradition to the United States on espionage charges, married Stella Moriss, 38, in front of four guests and two witnesses on Wednesday afternoon.
Dame Vivienne Westwood designed Stella’s wedding dress and a kilt for Australian-born Assange, whose parents are of Scottish extraction.
The limit on guests meant that one of the WikiLeaks founder’s guards also had to act as the wedding snapper.
All set: Meanwhile, on the other side of the Atlantic, jailed Julian Assange married fiancée Stella Morris at Belmarsh Prison – he and Pamela were linked in the past (pictured: the bride en route to her wedding)
Previously: Pamela was among Assange’s first visitors following his imprisonment at Belmarsh in 2019, having formed a close friendship with the WikiLeaks founder during his stay at London’s Ecuadorian embassy
Baywatch star Pamela has previously spoken out in support of Assange and met him on several occasions when he lived at the Ecuadorean embassy prior to his arrest in 2019.
She was also among Assange’s first visitors following his imprisonment at Belmarsh, with the actress making an unlikely appearance at the notoriously tough prison complex that May.
‘He does not deserve to be in a supermax prison. He has never committed a violent act. He is an innocent person,’ she told reporters after visiting Assange.
Pamela revealed that he has no access to information, is ‘really cut off from everybody’ and has not been able to speak to his children.
Family outing: The Baywatch star was accompanied by her 25-year-old son Brandon Thomas Lee for Wednesday’ dinner
Big smile: Pamela flashed a huge smile after a busy day promoting her next role
Sharp style: Brandon looked dapper in a dark blue suit with a white dress shirt, brown tie and leather shoes
‘He is a good man, he is an incredible person. I love him, I can’t imagine what he has been going through,’ she added.
‘It was great to see him, but this is just misrule of law in operation. It is absolute shock that he has not been able to get out of his cell.
‘It is going to be a long fight and he deserves our support. He needs our support, so whatever anyone can do – maybe write to him, encourage him.
‘We just have to keep fighting, because it is unfair. He has sacrificed so much to bring the truth out and we deserve the truth.’
Broadway debut: Pamela has been promoting her upcoming Broadway debut as the iconic Roxie Hart in Chicago
The Barb Wire star earlier in the day appeared on Good Morning America to promote her her upcoming Broadway debut as the iconic Roxie Hart in Chicago.
She will appear in Chicago from April 12 to June 5.
Roxie is a chorus girl who shoots her lover dead and then becomes the most popular celebrity in Chicago.
‘I think fame for Roxie is freedom,’ Pamela told Reuters in an interview on Wednesday. ‘It’s not just about being famous, it’s about having freedom and having attention in a loving way, so I can relate to a lot of the stuff in the show.’
‘There is a darkness to it,’ she added. ‘There’s also a darkness to the media and real life. It’s a very interesting play and it’s iconic. It lasts forever because it’s a great story. And there’s always something underneath all the glamour that makes it even more glamorous.’
Leading lady: Pamela showed her leading lady looks earlier when she left her Midtown hotel and peaked over black sunglasses at photographers