Check Out Pamela Anderson's Final Nude Cover of Playboy

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It's a perfect ending to a love affair.

Pamela Anderson, 48, who has previously appeared nude in Playboy 14 times and on the cover for 13, will cover the magazine's January/February 2016 issue, its final nude edition.

PHOTO: Pamela Anderson as the cover model of Playboy’s January/February 2016 double issue—the magazine’s last nude version.
Courtesy Playboy/Ellen von Unwerth
Pamela Anderson as the cover model of Playboy’s January/February 2016 double issue—the magazine’s last nude version.

"I got a call from [magazine founder Hugh Hefner's] attorney who said, 'We don't want anybody else. There's nobody else, could you do the last cover of Playboy?'" she revealed to "Entertainment Tonight."

The "Baywatch" babe had one concern, her sons, Brandon, 19, and Dylan, 17.

She told "ET" that for years the boys "were teased and made fun of, and had a few fist fights over their mom."

But this time, her oldest actually encouraged her.

"I said, 'Hef just called, he wants me to do the last cover of Playboy,' and he goes, 'Mom you've got to do it,'" Anderson recalled.

PHOTO: Pamela Anderson appears in Playboy’s January/February 2016 double issue—the magazine’s last nude version.
Courtesy Playboy/Ellen von Unwerth
Pamela Anderson appears in Playboy’s January/February 2016 double issue—the magazine’s last nude version.

When she told Brandon she'd be posing nude, she said his response was, "We're older, we're not embarrassed anymore of you. You know, we think you're great."

The star added, "He was so excited...He may have high-fived me...And then I asked Dylan too, and Dylan's like, 'Mom, you know you've done it all.' I don't know what to say but, they were really excited for me, and I was excited too."

She was so excited, she couldn't wait to strip down for her final shoot

"I took off all my clothes, and I rolled down the hill as fast as I can," she told "ET." "I was just screaming, and hair and boobs were flying, and shoes were going everywhere, and they and Ellen [Von Unwerth] shot it."

It's a far cry from the first time Anderson posed for the iconic magazine.

The former Playmate told actor James Franco for the magazine's final nude edition, "The photographer shot me in one roll of film because I was nervous and throwing up. But then I saw the pictures, and from there it was hard to keep my clothes on! I was painfully shy before, but then it clicked in my head that nobody cares what you look like naked except you."

Playboy announced in October that that it will no longer feature nudity, though it will continue to publish. The magazine, established by Hugh Hefner, has featured sexy centerfolds and unclothed celebrities since its 1953 debut, serving as a key driver of the sexual revolution.

PHOTO: Pamela Anderson appears in Playboy’s January/February 2016 double issue—the magazine’s last nude version.
Courtesy Playboy/Ellen von Unwerth
Pamela Anderson appears in Playboy’s January/February 2016 double issue—the magazine’s last nude version.