Pamela Anderson: No More Kids, for Now
10/31/2006 at 08:00 AM EST
Pamela Anderson, who wed Kid Rock in August, was the picture of a happy newlywed in Santa Monica Monday at a party for the DVD release of Baywatch seasons one and two.
Married life, Anderson said, is "awesome. It's great. Really fun."
She also said it was too soon to talk about any new additions to the family, despite rumors that she's expecting.
"A lot of people are saying that," she said. "I think that's just what happens when you get together, but we already have three (kids), so not yet." (She's mom to sons Brandon, 10, and Dylan, 8, with ex-husband Tommy Lee; Rock has a 16-year-old son, Robert James Ritchie Jr.)
Asked how the pregnancy rumors got started, Anderson joked, "Gained five pounds, maybe."
Still, she said, she wouldn't rule out having more kids in the future. "You never know. Who knows?"
Anderson, 39, and Rock (real name: Bob Ritchie), 35, first said "I do" July 29 near Saint-Tropez, France. They then went on to hold wedding ceremonies in Beverly Hills, Nashville and, on Saturday, in Detroit – at the Clarkston Union Bar & Kitchen.
But when asked what makes a Hollywood marriage work, Anderson said, "I don't know yet."
She also joked about her new haircut, with bangs: "I'm doing a movie right now, Blonde and Blonder, so I think I have a little funny hairstyle. I'm married, right? So I don't have to care about my hair anymore."
Anderson appears in the new movie Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. Does Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) have what it takes to be on Baywatch? Anderson told PEOPLE "Borat? I just saw a picture of him in a bikini and he looked really hot."
Meanwhile, Anderson's Baywatch costar David Hasselhoff talked to PEOPLE about his ongoing divorce from Pamela Bach.
"It's one day at a time," Hasselhoff, 54, said. "I don't know how anybody can have an amicable divorce. I think that's a lot of crap. It's a really difficult situation. There's a lot of hard feelings on both side but you move on, you know."