Pamela Anderson’s ex-husband Jon Peters plans on leaving her a very generous gift of $10 million when he dies, despite their union lasting less than two weeks.

“I will always love Pamela, always in my heart,” he told Variety. “As a matter of fact, I left her $10 million in my will. And she doesn’t even know that. Nobody knows that.”

“I’m just saying it for the first time with you,” the “Star is Born” producer added. “I probably shouldn’t be saying it. So that’s for her, whether she needs it or not.”

Peters, 77, first met the blonde bombshell, 55, at the Playboy Mansion, shortly after she’d arrived in LA from her small hometown in Canada. The movie honcho then began showering Anderson with pricey gifts.

“The doorbell would ring, and a chauffeur would bring me a little red box from Cartier, Ralph Lauren, Azzedine Alaïa,” the blonde bombshell writes in her upcoming memoir “Love, Pamela.”

Pamela Anderson and Jon Peters holding hands.
Anderson met the producer at the Playboy mansion.
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Peters even gifted her a Mercedes 420SL convertible.

The hairdresser-turned-producer eventually cajoled Anderson into moving into his Bel Air estate. But despite some mild flirting, Peters never seriously came on to the actress.

“He’d ask for head rubs and for me to tickle his neck, but no more than that,” she writes.

Jon Peters.
Peters showered Anderson with lavish gifts, including a Mercedes 420SL convertible.
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Eventually, thanks in part to some gentle prodding from her then-boyfriend Mario Van Peebles, the “Home Improvement” alum moved out of Peters’ fancy abode.

However, years later — and several marriages later — the two reunited and married in 2020, right before the COVID-19 pandemic began.

Pamela Anderson in 2022 in NY.
“He’s great and has been a huge influence on my life. I love him to death,” she shared.
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The union — which was not considered legal because the paperwork had never been filed — lasted 12 days. Though the nuptials were short-lived, Anderson told Variety that she has no hard feelings toward her ex.

“He’s great and has been a huge influence on my life. I love him to death,” she shared.

Peters’ generous attitude appears markedly different from when they first split in 2020.

Page Six exclusively reported that he claimed to have paid off significant debts racked up by the “broke” Playboy alum.

The “Baywatch” star and movie honcho’s 12-day marriage was never legalized.

Pamela Anderson posing in a pink bathing suit.
The “Baywatch” star and movie honcho’s 12-day marriage was never legalized.


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The “Baywatch” star and movie honcho’s 12-day marriage was never legalized.


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He also said that he did not ask Anderson to marry him. Instead, she proposed to him via text.

“Needless to say that when she texted me that she wanted to get married, it was kind of a dream come true even though I was engaged to someone else and the lady was moving in,’’ Peters told us in an email.

Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee hugging.
Anderson also writes of her stormy marriage to Tommy Lee in her book.
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“I dropped everything for Pam. She had almost $200,000 in bills and no way to pay it so I paid it and this is the thanks I get. There’s no fool like an old fool,” he wrote.

Peters also claimed that he was the one to break things off because all of the press surrounding the union made him realize that, “I need a simple quiet life and not an international love affair.”

In her book, Anderson also opens up about some of her other past romances, including her tempestuous marriage to Motley Crüe rocker, Tommy Lee, and the fallout from their infamous sex tape.

The “Baywatch” star also has a Netflix documentary coming out next week.