Hollyoaks beauty Jorgie Porter fears she’s “too told” to continue with her racy calendar shoots any longer.
The soap star, 32, who played Theresa McQueen in the Channel 4 show, has previously won many awards for her sexy looks and featured in several lads’ mags over the years.
But despite this, the star is fearful her age will limit the chance of future sexy lingerie photoshoots.
Jorgie decided not to release an annual calendar for 2020 as she was worried there’d be no interest from her fans.
However, shocked Jorgie received quite the opposite reaction, as eager fans have been messaging her about the calendar.
“I think I might be too old. Where does it end? When will people say, ‘Stop taking your clothes off?'” the actress told Daily Star.
She added: “I didn’t get to shoot a calendar for 2020 – my photographer was getting her wisdom tooth out. I thought nobody would care.”
Jorgie now feels “guilty” for not bringing out a sexy calendar after disappointing fans, and revealed: “Maybe I should have shot one on my phone.”
The gorgeous blonde bombshell said she recently had to ask her mum to confirm her age as she frequently forgets how old she is.
Jorgie hilariously added: “I always think I’m older than I actually am. I thought I was 33 the other day, but I’m actually 32. You just forget, don’t you?”
The star’s birthday is on Christmas Day, so she credits the festive period for helping her to briefly remember the date.
The stunning TV star came 50th in FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women in the World in 2011.
Jorgie was also shortlisted for the Sexiest Female category at the Soap Awards in 2012 and 2013.
The actress is set to make an epic return to Hollyoaks for the soap’s milestone 25th anniversary.
She’ll be taking on her role as Theresa once again after she left four years ago.
A source told The Sun : “Jorgie is excited about the comeback and can’t wait to get her teeth back into her favourite role.
“Bosses were keen to resurrect one of its most popular characters to draw in original viewers.”
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