Katie Price wants to pose naked again for Playboy after appearing on the cover as 'Jordan' in 2002.
Katie Price wants to pose naked again for Playboy.
The pregnant mother-of-four stripped off for the magazine in 2002 appearing on the cover as Jordan, but she later gave up glamour modelling to spend time building her business empire.
But she wants to get naked in the pages of Hugh Hefner's famous men's magazine once more to prove she's still got a great figure at 36.
Speaking on her new show on FUBAR Radio, she told co-host Mark Dolan: ''It's not a normal job that I do, I just go along with the flow. It's the public that keep me here, it's down to them. Obviously nothing lasts forever but I still want to do Playboy again, I still want to do my sexy calendars again, I haven't done them for years and I've still got it in the Pricey! Let me tell you that.
''I'm dying to do Playboy again, I've definitely got a calendar for next year. My body hasn't disappeared and I'd like to prove to people that just because I've had five kids I can still pull it off. The Pricey's still got it!''
Meanwhile, Katie - who has 10-month-old son Jett with estranged husband Kieran Hayler, along with Harvey, 12, Junior, eight, and Princess Tiaamii, six, from previous relationships - admits she never has a lot of time to relax on her own because she's so busy with her career and raising a young family.
She said: ''When do I actually get time on my own? The time on my own would be when I'm on the toilet or if I'm on a car journey. Even when I have a bath at night I have the kids in the bath with me. It's constant.''
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