A devastated Pamela Anderson has paid tribute to Hugh Hefner in an emotional video.
The former Playboy founder could barely speak about her loss as she wipes away tears in the black-and-white video.
Anderson, 50, accompanied the post with a long, heartfelt message about the late Hefner, who died age 91.
“I have so many thoughts, I have no brain n right now to edit. I am me because of you," she wrote.
"You taught me everything important about freedom and respect. Outside of my family, you were the most important person in my life, you gave me my life... People tell me all the time that I was your favorite...”
“I'm in such deep shock. But you were old, your back hurt you so much. Last time I saw you, you were using a walker, you didn't want me to see, you couldn't hear,” she said of his final days, adding:
“You had a piece of paper in your pocket you showed me with my name Pamela with a heart around it.”
“Now, I'm falling apart. This feeling is so crazy. It's raining in Paris now. I'm by the window. Everything anyone loves about me is because you understood me, accepted me and encouraged me to be myself,” she wrote, adding: “You said the magazine was about a girl like me. That I embody the spirit you fantasized about. I was the one you said.”
“Thank you for making the world a better place. A freer and sexier place. You were a gentleman charming, elegant, chivalrous and so much fun. Goodbye Hef ... Your Pamela.”
Hefner passed away on Thursday at age 91.