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She recently revealed she's 'feeling puffy' after gaining weight in lockdown.
Yet Pamela Anderson looked as stunning as ever as she put on a very leggy display in an oversized shirt.
The Baywatch star, 53, flaunted her toned legs in the striking Twitter snap on Saturday. © Provided by Daily MailStunning: Pamela Anderson, 53, put on a very leggy display as she posed in an oversized shirt and face covering on Twitter on Saturday
© Provided by Daily MailSave wild horses: The Baywatch star shared the hashtag #wearamask, along with #savewildhorses as she sported a charity face covering with horses on it
The actress shared the hashtag #wearamask, along with #savewildhorses as she sported a charity face covering with horses on it.
Pamela rolled up the sleeves on her shirt as she sat on the floor of her home, tilting her head to the side and extending her toned pins.
The blonde beauty left her hair down, hanging over her shoulders, and accentuated her eyes with smoky eyeshadow. © Provided by Daily MailSpeaking out: Last month, Pamela revealed she's 'feeling puffy' after gaining weight in lockdown and has struggled to maintain her gruelling fitness regime during the pandemic
Pamela looked sensational in the snap, despite recently admitting she isn't feeling her best.
The Baywatch star confessed at the end of last month that despite having a gym at her family ranch in Canada, she's spent much of the COVID-19 pandemic just 'looking at it', after leaving the US at the height of the crisis.
Pamela also revealed that due to the current lockdown she's struggled with 'the epidemic of loneliness'.
She added that she hasn't seen her youngest son Dylan, 22, for seven months as he has been quarantining in LA.
Pamela told the Loose Women she'd struggled to maintain her gruelling fitness regime during the pandemic, saying: 'I have a gym that I look at every so often. I feel a little puffy but winter is coming so I won't feel cold.
'I miss my sons terribly and there are times I want to get into my car and just drive to them, there are frantic moments where I just want to see them.
'There is an epidemic of loneliness, a lack of intimacy with technology, we have to embrace what's happening now instead of the past, human contact is very important and we need to keep in touch.' © Provided by Daily MailDifficult: The actress said that since she moved back to her family's ranch in Canada she hasn't seen her son Dylan (pictured left in 2016) for seven months (her son Brandon is pictured left)