Pamela Anderson’s Clean Girl Aesthetic Is Everything in These Pics

The model-actress is absolutely glowing in these Instagram photos.
Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson.

Pamela Anderson’s latest set of Instagram photos have “clean girl” aesthetic written all over them. In the snaps, posted on Jan. 30, the Baywatch star sat perched atop a stool in an ethereal outfit while she chatted on a corded landline phone.

The first was a black-and-white pic that captured Anderson grinning with the phone held up to her ear. She sat cross-legged in a cozy cream-colored sweater and gauzy white skirt with fluffy socks on her feet. She hugged one knee up to her chest and smiled with her eyes closed in the second photograph. In both, Anderson’s signature blonde locks flowed over her shoulders, while her face was makeup-free.

“Magic cannot leave you, when it is you… ✨🤍,” the 56-year-old model and actress mused in her caption.

We’re not the only ones who were impressed with the duo of pics, as plenty of Anderson’s 3.3 million Instagram followers chimed in to the comments section with praise.

“It’s amazing to see you finally shine ✨ as your own true self,” one person noted. “Brings joy to my heart. You have always deserved this happiness.”

“We are so magical! If we all only understood our own power,” another user concurred with Anderson’s sentiment. “Wise words from a beautiful soul 🫶🏻.”

“Mother vibinggg ✨🤍,” Anderson’s 26-year-old son, Dylan Jagger Lee, quipped.

“Magic! ✨,” the Barb Wire star’s other son, 27-year-old Brandon Thomas Lee, added.

“Such a beautiful woman inside and out!!!!!!” someone else gushed, to which we couldn’t agree more.

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