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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Danielle Lloyd is in talks to pose for Playboy for the first time in 11 years

    The 33-year-old model reportedly headed out to Los Angeles at the end of last year to discuss the possibility of returning to the racy magazine, 11 years since she first stripped off for the cover in 2006.


    A source said: "Danielle was in L.A at the end of last year with her fiancé Michael for a few meetings. They arranged it to coincide with a trip to Las Vegas for her brother Matty's 30th birthday.

    "She'd been asked to meet a few people earlier in the year, some of whom were past contacts at Playboy, and took the opportunity to go for a chat.

    "It's been ten years since she posed for the magazine and there was a discussion about whether or not she would pose again.

    "It's not certain as to whether there was an offer on the table but it's something that Danielle later discussed with friends."

    Since her first Playboy shoot, Danielle has had three sons - Archie, six, Harry, five, and George, three, whom she shares with her ex-husband Jamie O'Hara - and is currently expecting a fourth child with fiancé Michael O'Neill.

    However, sources say she is still considering the new shoot, as the "body-confident" beauty wants to help show how "women should be proud" of their post-baby bodies.

    The source continued to The Sun newspaper: "As a mum-of-three, Danielle's life has moved on considerably since she did that shoot - but as a body-confident 33-year-old, she almost felt a duty to think the prospect over, to show that women should be proud of their bodies after having a few children - and that her background as a model was still something she loved. The boys are her first concern though - and if she didn't go through with it, she told friends it would be because of them."

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