Actress Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff, the ex-wife of former “Baywatch” hunk David Hasselhoff, wants to be a surrogate for the ailing and elderly actress Zsa Zsa Gabor and her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt.
Apparently, actress Pamela (47) was approached by von Anhalt about the possibility of being a surrogate mom for them. She already has two kids with David Hasselhoff from their marriage which lasted 18 years before ending in divorce.
Zsa Zsa and Frederic said they would be “honoured” for their child to have Pamela’s genes. Pamela said that she had been told by the couple that they regard her “as one of the most beautiful women they know, alongside Grace Kelly and Bo Derek.”
Von Anhalt and Pamela had lunch in Los Angeles this week to suggest the surrogacy idea. His wife, the now very frail Gabor (94), was rushed to hospital again on Wednesday with symptoms of pneumonia. Her lungs had to be drained of fluid and she is said to be “in poor health.”
Von Anhalt is Gabor’s ninth husband. They want to use his sperm, an egg donor and a surrogate mother so that they may have a child together.
Pamela said she was “flattered” to be asked and is thinking about it. She has flat out denied claims that she is said to have dismissed the plan as “delusional” and has instead stressed she sees this as a beautiful way for the couple to express their love for each other.
So a 94-year-old and a 67-year-old seek a surrogate to give them a baby together. Is that a good idea? What do you think?