Former “Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson will be Playboy magazine’s last nude cover.

The 48-year-old actress will be the cover of the magazine’s January/February 2016 issue.

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Pamela said Playboy founder Hugh Hefner asked her to appear on the magazine’s final nude cover edition and told her that the publication don’t want anybody else and there’s nobody else in their list but her.

Anderson admitted to Entertainment Tonight her main concern in accepting the offer was her sons – Brandon, 19, and Dylan, 17 – and she asked their permission to shoot the cover.

Anderson revealed her sons “were teased and made fun of, and had a few fist fights over their mom” for years.  But this time, Brandon actually encouraged her to accept the job.

When she told Brandon she will be posing nude, Pam said his response was, “We’re older, we’re not embarrassed anymore of you. You know, we think you’re great.”

“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,” Anderson added.

The Playboy January/February 2016 edition will hit newsstands on Dec. 11.

Aside from Anderson in the cover, she also has a 12-page photo spread and was interviewed by actor James Franco.

Anderson previously appeared nude in Playboy 14 times and on the cover for 13, ABC News reported.

In October, Playboy announced that it will no longer publish nude photos of women because they had become outdated due to free pornography on the Internet.

Reuters noted that Playboy’s circulation has dropped from about 5.6 million in 1975 to around 800,000 in recent years.

Reuters reported that the Playboy’s March 2016 edition would feature a new design and will contain interviews, fiction, and long-form journalism. The magazine will continue to publish “sexy, seductive pictorials” of women, including its iconic Playmates, but they will not be nude, it added.

Playboy has featured sexy centerfolds and unclothed celebrities since its 1953 debut cover, which featured Marilyn Monroe.