Aye aye Cap'n! Pamela Anderson and Sons Tour Naval Ship

08/27/2008 at 06:00 PM ET
Carlos Coastas/Pacific Coast News

Actress and bombshell Pamela Anderson and her sons — Brandon Thomas, 12, and Dylan Jagger, 10 ½ — sported matching caps after a tour of the naval ship HMAS Tobruk, currently stationed in Woolloomooloo, Sydney, on Wednesday.

Pam, 41, and the boys are currently in Australia while she promotes her show, Pam: Girl on the Loose. Dad is Tommy Lee.

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gforce on

aaw!!! Her boys are getting so big and they are so cute !!!!! ^-^

Jennifer on

Pam seems to be such a hands-on Mom and always so involved with her kids… I think that is great!! I’m just wondering why on earth she has that heavy jacket on and her kids are in t-shirts?! She must be so hot. Whatever the case, they make a cute family I think🙂

brooke on

The oldest brandon looks more like pam,and dylan more like tommy. Cute boys and she seems like a good mom

Hea on

Jennifer – Actually, it’s winter in Australia right now with temperatures down to 8-12 C in that area. It can be warm enough to be in a t-shirt if you are a “warm blooded” person, and cold enough to wear a jacket. Her boys are probably moving around more than she is.

kate on

Holy smokes! Her older son looks to be carrying near to five figures worth of camera equipment!!!

Hea on

Kate – I noticed that too.🙂 Maybe photography is a hobby of his?

greta on

why aren’t they in school ?? are they home schooled ?? anyone know ??

greta on

just wondering why the boys aren’t in school ?? are they home schooled by chance ??

just curious …

Hea on

Greta – Perhaps they’re still on summer break or maybe, she brought them along for a vacation? Kids are allowed to go on vacation with their parent/s. I am sure they’re getting proper schooling.

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