Read the thank-you note Melania Trump sent to Pamela Anderson

Melania Trump sent Pamela Anderson a thank-you note!

The first lady penned a short letter to the former "Baywatch" star this week to thank her for sending her faux furs from her Only Me Russian faux fur line. Anderson revealed the news with a photo of the full letter she posted on Twitter on Wednesday.

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"Dear Pamela, I very much appreciate your sending the beautiful eco-faux fur from Only Me," the letter read. "I am grateful for your support and encouraging words; they mean a great deal. Together, we can empower more women to stand up for their beliefs."

"Thank you for your thoughtful note and gift. God bless you and your family," she finished. "Sincerely, Melania Trump."

Along with a photo of the note, which was typed out on official White House stationary and dated April 20, 2017, Anderson wrote a little note to the first lady herself.

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"Dear Melania, Thank you for your sweet note," she tweeted. "It is heartwarming to see you manage your position with such beauty and grace. Pamela."

Anderson is a longtime animal rights activist and founded the Pamela Anderson Foundation to support "organizations and individuals that stand on the front lines in the protection of human, animal and environmental rights," as the foundation's website says.

Back in 2014, the actress directed a mini documentary for PETA called "A Conversation With Pamela Anderson," which pointed to her being sexual abused as a child to opening her eyes to the struggles of humans and animals around the globe.

"In surviving these events, Pamela emerged as an advocate for human and animal rights, as well as the planet they share," the film says.

UPDATE: PETA Senior Vice President Dan Mathews issued a statement about Melania Trump, who attended a PETA fashion show years ago and has since gone fur-free:

"Melania first attended a PETA fashion show years ago that featured one of her favorite designers, Marc Bouwer, a longtime PETA supporter who uses no fur, leather or exotic skins in his collections," Mathews told AOL Entertainment. "More recently, PETA Honorary Director Pamela Anderson sent elegant Melania a stylish faux fur, as well as a video showing how animals are cruelly killed in the wild and on fur farms, so it's no surprise that she is now fur-free, following in the footsteps of so many fashion icons and First Ladies."

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