Babe's baby book
09:30 13 January 2005
Pamela Anderson wants to write children's books.
The former 'Baywatch' babe, who recently penned her first novel, the raunchy 'Star', says she has been inspired by Madonna, who was written three children's books.
The mum-of-two said: "I'm big on writing poems for my children and I'd love to write more books for parents to read to their kids. Madonna - or, at least her publicist - sent me one of her books called 'The English Roses'. I thought it was very cute and clever. I'd like to think it was Madonna who sent it, but I've only bumped into her a couple of times over the past few years."
Meanwhile, Pamela is worried she'll never get married again - because of the baggage she brings to a relationship.
The sexy actress, who has two sons, Brandon and Dylan, with ex-husband Tommy Lee, says she would love to tie the knot again but doesn't think anyone will have her.
She said in an interview with Britain's Now magazine: "I'd love to get married again. But who's going to have me? Seriously, imagine the ad: 'Mother of two young boisterous boys and a slightly crazy ex-husband, who is never too far away."
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