Katie Price reveals her life's dream is to be Horse and Hound's cover girl despite Playboy success

KATIE Price has revealed her life's dream is to be on the cover of Horse & Hound despite her Playboy success.

Katie, 42, shared her secret career goal on Instagram last night, saying she's been a fan of Britain's oldest equestrian magazine for more than 20 years.

Horse & Hound featured in the 1999 film Notting Hill, in which Hugh Grant's character Will Thacker posed as a reporter from the magazine to get close to Julia Roberts' Anna Scott.

And it's unlikely many of her fans subscribe to the 126-year-old magazine like Katie, who once dyed her horse PINK and dressed as a fluffy unicorn.

But last night she shared a photo of Horse & Hound's latest edition and wrote: "Oh yes must be at least 20 years now since I've been reading @horseandhound and it's my bedtime reading tonight ..

She added: "My dream will come true I hope one day and be on the cover with a horse"

The former glamour girl has graced the cover of Playboy and even lived with Hugh Hefner at his Playboy mansion for six weeks at the start of her career.

She previously explained on Loose Women: "When I was younger I lived with Hugh Hefner at the Playboy mansion for about six weeks, but to be a girlfriend you have to do the deed and I did not want to do the deed.

“He’s a really nice guy though. I just didn’t want to do it."

But whether she's allowed back on Playboy is another matter after she revealed she weed in the famous mansion.

She added: “I went to the famous grotto and I marked my territory – I p***ed in it.”

The legendary grotto is an outdoor pool area at the mansion complete with lounging areas for guests to get frisky on, a man-made cave and waterfall.

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