Pamela Anderson has reportedly filed for divorce just 13 months into the marriage.
54-year-old Anderson tied the knot for the fifth time to bodyguard Dan Hayhurst in December 2020, after just a few months together.
According to an insider source who spoke to Rolling Stone magazine, the actor and model “loves as authentically as she lives”, adding her “pandemic whirlwind” romance had fizzled out.
The duo fell in love after spending lockdown together in spring 2020.
The Baywatch star said at the time: “I’m exactly where I need to be – in the arms of a man who truly loves me.
“The one year together has felt like seven – like dog years.”
She and Hayhurst read each other traditional vows during the ceremony on the grounds of the bride’s Vancouver island home.
She wore a white short-sleeved dress and veil and carried a bouquet of pink and white roses, while her groom wore black trousers and an unbuttoned shirt.
The two-tier wedding cake was vegan and included a glittery heart, a glass reindeer and pine tree as toppers.
Anderson gushed: “I am in love. We were married Christmas Eve with both our families’ blessing, everyone we know is happy for us.”
The property had been purchased from her grandparents 25 years ago and was also the site of her parents’ wedding.
“I feel like I’ve come full circle,” the star added.
Anderson’s first marriage was to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee in 1995 – four days after they met.
It lasted three years and they had two sons, Brandon and Dylan.
She was married to musician Kid Rock from 2006 to 2007, and later that year tied the knot with Rick Salomon but split 10 weeks later.
In February 2008, the marriage was annulled on the basis of fraud.
However, the pair remarried in 2014 but divorced the following the year.
Prior to marrying Hayhurst, Anderson married film producer Jon Peters in a secret ceremony earlier the same year.
New Disney series Pam and Tommy – due out on February 2 in the UK – tells the story of Anderson and Lee’s infamous sex tape scandal.
It stars Lily James and Sebastian Stan.