Pamela Anderson is pretty in pink during London Comic Con

The Baywatch star looked fabulous in a metallic summer-ready dress

Hanna Fillingham

Pamela Anderson made sure that all eyes were on her as she delighted fans with her presence at the three-day London Comic Con over the weekend. On Friday, the 50-year-old star was pictured arriving at the popular event in a striking metallic print dress. The silver and rose pink sleeveless ensemble was adorned with a whimsical floral pattern, and featured a feminine pleated skirt. The design, which cinched in at the waist, enhanced the star's petite frame, and looked fabulous teamed with a pair of leg-lengthening nude court shoes.

Pamela arrived at Comic Con in serious style 

Beauty-wise, Pamela wore her long, blonde hair styled in loose waves, that cascaded gently past her shoulders. Looking younger than her years, the mother-of-two nailed a natural make-up look, opting for a shimmer base on her complexion and sweep of bronzer across her cheekbones. A black liner and lashings of mascara enhanced her large eyes and a pink lipgloss perfected the final touches to her look.

Another of the Baywatch star's fabulous fashion looks over the weekend

Pamela, meanwhile, was pictured in another stylish ensemble on the final day of the festival, this time rocking the ultimate LBD. Dressed head-to-toe in black, The Baywatch star looked lovely dressed in a three-quarter length sleeved mini dress with a plunging neckline, which was accessorised with coordinating heels. Red nail varnish added a pop of colour to her outfit. This time, the actress chose to style her hair in a sleek, straight 'do, and made a statement nailing the perfect smoky eye.

Recently, Pamela told Vogue that she is still discovering her true personal style. Speaking to the fashion publication about the "classic" and "feminine" ensembles she has been wearing, she said: "I have wonderful friends. Vivienne Westwood, Donatella Versace, Tom Ford, and these great people who have always been very generous to me. I've also had crazy, wild husbands and fun friends like David LaChapelle who wanted to dress me up for events."