Katie Price gave her followers quite the eyeful on Wednesday when she shook her assets for everyone to see on social media.
On Instagram, the 45-year-old former glamour model joined Playboy cover model Holly Deacon for a dance.
Katie, a former Playboy bunny, reminded everyone of her history as she wiggled her derrière in front of the camera.
The celebrity was clothed in a black g-strip thong and matching black bra, wiggling her behind in time with Holly.
Holly, dressed in scarlet knickers and a cropped white t-shirt, bent over and squeezed her bum.
Before publishing the video to both of their Instagram Stories, the models made a TikTok video in which they demonstrated a variety of stances.
Katie was dressed in a teal lacey bra and trousers combination and had her long black raven hair down her back loosely.
She put on full makeup for the video, which had Holly wearing the same red and white tank top as the following video in the slide.
The actress made her most recent internet appearance after discussing her stay at the legendary Playboy house during a podcast broadcast.
She reminisced about her wildest days and her ascent to stardom in the early 2000s, when she became the first British woman to grace the cover of American Playboy.
On Jamie Laing‘s Private Parts podcast, the mother-of-five discussed her time in Los Angeles with Hugh Hefner, who died at the age of 91.
‘I’ve been in the room with all the action, I’ve seen it all, been there,’ she told the Made in Chelsea star, who replied with a question and asked, ‘what happened?’.
Katie joked: ‘What didn’t happen? No, I didn’t go there because I thought, no disrespect, but it would be like having sex with my grandad, just not for me.’
She explained: ‘I saw it all happen though. I’ve seen him sh*g girls and that, of course.
‘I just remember I was shocked because I always thought an old man’s willy would look really wrinkly, like a witchetty grub, but his didn’t.’
Katie rose to prominence as a Page 3 girl in the 1990s after posing topless for magazines.
She appeared in The Sun and became a frequent centrefold, which led to the adoption of her stage name, Jordan.