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Makeup-free Pamela Anderson, 54, keeps it casual in tie-dye sweats and sheer T-shirt

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Pamela Anderson kept it casual for a laid-back walk in Malibu on Friday afternoon.The actress, 54, put comfort first in a pair of tie-dye sweats and sheer T-shirt as she took a stroll with her assistant Jonathan.The original Baywatch babe sported blue and white patterned sweatpants and a classic white t-shirt over a dark bikini top.

Out and about:Pamela Anderson kept it casual for a laid-back walk in Malibu on Friday afternoonThe original Baywatch babe kept it casual in the fashion department in blue and white patterned sweatpants and a classic white t-shirt over a dark bikini top.She also donned a pair of white sneakers and had her trademark platinum blonde tresses styled long and flowing past her shoulders with a part on the slight right.

Seemingly make-up free,Anderson, 54, walked alongside her assistant for much of the walk as he held on the leash of their pet pooch, which appeared to be some sort of Golden Retriever.Her assistant was also dressed casually in green shorts with a white t-shirt and black running sneakers.

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