Katie Price put on a racy skin-flashing display reminiscent of her Jordan days as she posed with with a guitar in a black and white photo shoot.
The former glamour model, 39, flashed her surgically-enhanced cleavage as she seductively channeled her musical side in a slew of sultry snaps.The mother-of-five showed off her jaw-dropping assets in the lacy white bra while teasing a glimpse of her taut stomach in a denim shirt which she tied above her waist.
She opted to shun the cardinal legs-or-cleavage rule in favour of full-on glamour as she paired the look with tiny denim hot pants.
The Loose Women presenter, who has previously tried to launch a career in the music industry with her single ‘I Got U’ last year, swished her raven tresses around in the risque photo shoot and opted for a full face of make-up.
Her latest photo shoot comes after she defiantly vowed to go under the knife once again to get her face re-corrected following the ‘botched’ surgery on Instagram.
Katie shared a three-way split of pictures which showed the businesswoman getting pampered ahead of her face correction surgery.
Despite being a fan of cosmetic enhancements, the television personality previously admitted her surgery had gone ‘wrong’.
In recent weeks, Katie addressed the topic when she had a candid discussion with the Cambridge Union.
She told them: ‘People have surgery to look like me even though my surgery went wrong and I’m getting it sorted on Wednesday.’
The businesswoman suffered from an unfortunate allergic reaction to penicillin which caused her face to swell after she got dental work done in a clinic in Turkey.
In November, Katie discussed her cosmetic surgery hell on Loose Women which she claimed left her ‘ill for days’.
She said: ‘I realised it was because I hadn’t read the box, I’m allergic to penicillin and that’s what I was taking.
‘I was ill for days. I was crying and saying I couldn’t go on air. Anyone who has any surgery – you don’t just have the surgery and look great, it’s always the in-between.’
Katie’s facelift was the latest in a long line of cosmetic procedures, which began with the first of eight breast augmentations in 1998.