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Jordan (born May 22, 1978), is the public name and image of Katie Price, who was born Katie Infield. Jordan is a British glamour model, perhaps most famous for her large, surgically enhanced breasts and the reports of her personal life in British tabloid newspapers.

She was born in Brighton. When she was four, her father left home. After a while her mother, Amy, remarried to Paul Price, and Katie Infield changed her name to Katie Price. An excellent swimmer, gymnast, and horsewoman, she took up glamour modelling as a "Page 3" girl in The Sun, a popular tabloid newspaper in the United Kingdom. It was at this time that she began to use the name Jordan.

In 1998, Jordan tried out for a part on the television series Baywatch, but did not get the part. In July 1998, Jordan received her first breast augmentation, thus forcing her "retirement" from Page 3 of the Sun, which had recently decided that its "natural beauty" policy required it to stay "silicone-free". Thus began a series of operations to enhance her figure.

Jordan appeared in six volumes of Playboy's Book of Lingerie from 1997 to 1999. In 2002, Jordan was shooting a cover to run in Playboy and Hugh Hefner invited her to spend three weeks at his mansion. She appeared at a number of promotional events for the similarly named Jordan Grand Prix Formula One team during this time, during a period when they were heavily promoting themselves to the youth market.

Jordan's private life and wild behavior and outrageous antics have been extensively detailed by the paparazzi, much of it at European nightclubs. She has had a number of well-publicised relationships. One of her first public relationships was with the pop singer Dane Bowers, of the boy band Another Level, but they ended their relationship while she was pregnant by him, and she had an abortion.

In the June 7, 2001 British General Election, Jordan ran as a candidate in Manchester, England (using her real name) under a slogan of "For a Bigger and Betta Future". As a part of her election campaign

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