Katie Price posts incredible pre-surgery throwback pic – and fans can't believe how different she looks

The star, 40, was barely recognisable in the shot that showed off her natural beauty before becoming her busty alter-ego 'Jordan'.

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Mum-of-five Katie entertained her die-hard fans with the snap taken before she had TEN boob jobs.

She looked a far cry from her busty look at the height of her glamour modelling career – after she  splashed thousands of pounds on bigger boobs.

Katie looked gorgeous in her snake print lingerie set as she showed off her incredibly flat stomach.

Fans could not get enough of the shot –  though they could barely recognise her.




One wrote: "Didn't recognise who this was until reading the comments!"

A second wrote: "Wished I'd looked like you on this pic Katie. What an absolute babe you were. I think your amazing. But sadly agree with other comments you've gone too far with all the surgery."

A third chimed in: "Princess looks just like you! X"

A fourth said: "Beauty then & now."





The Sun Online exclusively revealed Katie's plan to go under the knife for her tenth boob job last summer.

She also showed off her infected scars from the facelift she got earlier  on her reality show.

The troubled star posted the shots as The Sun Online revealed the extent to which she has been struggling with money for months – but the full scale of Katie Price’s financial turmoil.

Documents show the Loose Women presenter has racked up a staggering £2.1million of debts, despite staving off bankruptcy.

A new agreement with her creditors means if she hasn’t paid her bills within four years, her nine-bedroom mansion will be forcibly put up for auction to cover the debts.

Files have been sent to Companies House, where firms are registered, revealing the agreement after her company, Jordan Trading, went into liquidation.

They show that she will only have to pay back 41 per cent of what she actually  owes — the equivalent of £856,358 — in monthly instalments over the next five years.

The agreement means she can avoid declaring bankruptcy, although the same files show that from February 2018 to last month, she paid just £27.96 to creditors.


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