Pamela Anderson is ''very happy'' with her new life in France.

The 50-year-old actress and model moved out to the European country in order to start a new life with her boyfriend Adil Rami - who is a soccer star in the country - and has admitted that whilst she wants to remain ''private'' when it comes to their romance, she will admit they're very happy together.

She said: ''Well, one good thing is that we try to keep that private because he has his world, I have my world and that's not something we want to talk about because we really want to protect our privacy. But, yes, I'm very happy. I'm very happy and I love France.

''My mom is so funny because every time she sees me and ... [I] want to complain about certain things she goes, 'Oh stop! You're happy! Look at your face. Deal with it!' Just, you know, there's more good than bad. There's more good than bad!'''

The 'Baywatch' star has been married four times and has sons Brandon, 22, and Dylan, 20, with first husband Tommy Lee, and has admitted she's ''really into'' men who can be ''committed''.

She added: ''I've had some great loves. Well, love and loving is you know, it does go hand in hand. And the best lovers are the most passionate people, the most honest people and, you know, I like to really get to know somebody. I'm really into being with someone who's committed and then maybe that's why I've been married so many times. But it didn't work out and, people may misunderstand, I haven't been with a lot of men in my life. I've been with a few men, and I've married them and I believe in a monogamous relationship - that's the fun part for me.''

Pamela learned all about love from her parents, who have been together since they were teenagers.

Speaking to 'Entertainment Tonight', she said: ''They were so in love and they're still together and they've been together since they were 16. And they've had a lot of ups and downs. They're so romantic and they're constantly funny and silly with each other and so in love. And they have each other now which is so important to look back at some of their struggles and how they got through it and how they're together now.''