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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Pam & Kid Rocks Wedding - Is She PREGANT?

Pam & Kid Rocks Wedding - Is She PREGANT?

Pamela Anderson and her husband Kid Rock tied the knot once again in the groom's home city Detroit Saturday, just a week after their first wedding in Saint-Tropez, the actress says on her website.

"It's official. Just left the courthouse! Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie have left the building," reads the posting headlined "Just Married" on Anderson's Web site. (Kid Rock's real name is Bob Ritchie.)

The second ceremony comes as no surprise, however: Pam announced last month at her official website that she planned to have multiple weddings with Kid Rock.

“I'm going to get married a few times this month to the same guy," she said. "We had to do Malibu, we've got to do Detroit, and we've got to do Nashville."

The former Baywatch star also sparked rumors she is already pregnant.

Less than a week after her nuptials, Anderson phoned into American Idol host Ryan Seacrest's daily radio breakfast show on Friday, insisting, "I've never been happier."

When asked by Seacrest if she and Kid Rock had plans to start a family, Pammie responded: "There might be one in there now."

She also cleared up rumours that her Saint-Tropez wedding was illegal, saying the couple "hit the courtroom" to make sure it official.

This marriage is Kid Rock's first although he has a 16 year old son. Pamela has two children with former husband, Tommy Lee. Enditem
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