Sian Adey-Jones

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Sian Adey-Jones (born December 1957) is a former beauty queen and glamour model.

Adey-Jones was born at Bodfari, Denbighshire, Wales. She won the Miss Wales title in 1976 and was second runner-up in Miss Universe in the same year.[1]

She subsequently turned to topless modelling, regularly appearing as a Page 3 girl in The Sun newspaper, as well as a rare fully nude appearance in the September 1983 edition of Mayfair (vol.18, #9). She also had a background role in the 1985 Bond movie A View To A Kill.[2]

In 1978, to celebrate Britain's only team to qualify for the Argentina World Cup, she appeared in the Daily Mirror wearing just a Scotland football shirt. At that stage the Mirror no longer published topless pictures of glamour models. Sian often appeared in a bikini or a thin white shirt. She also posed topless for posters available in High Street record stores.

She now lives on the island of Ibiza with her Italian husband Rocco. She has a son Dylan and adopted daughter Tallulah.[3]

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