Three's a crowd! Katie Price and Leandro Penna see off Dane Bowers with a flurry of kisses after recording studio session
Her on-off boyfriend Leandro Penna was most probably less than impressed when Katie Price announced she was reuniting with ex-boyfriend Dane Bowers to record her new album.
So who could blame the Argentinian model for wanting to tag along when Katie and Dane hit the recording studio yesterday.
The trio were seen leaving the studio yesterday afternoon after a recording session, with Leandro and Katie both bidding farewell to Dane with a flurry of kisses.
Three's a crowd! Katie Price and Leandro Penna were seen giving Dane Bowers a kiss as they left a recording studio in London yesterday
While former Another Level singer
Dane looked keen to head home after the session, Katie and Leandro were
determined to involve him in an impromptu photoshoot outside the studios
for the waiting photographers.
And there was no shortage of love coming from both Katie and Leandro, both pulling Dane in for a kiss and cuddle.
Katie revealed on her Twitter page last week that she has been in the recording studio working on a new album with Dane.
Hugs all round: Katie and Leandro were keen to give Dane a kiss and cuddle before they sent him home
I need to go now! Dane looked very keen to get off before Katie and Leandro pulled him in for more affection
She tweeted: 'I'm recording my 1st single 4 my forthcoming album with Dane Bowers & David Anthony the producers x'
Dane later added on his Twitter: 'Gotta admit…@MissKatiePrice is holding her own today!!!'
While Katie and Dane split in 2000 after two years together, they recently rekindled their friendship, with Katie admitting in a recent interview that the pop star was the only man she had ever really loved.
Dressed down diva: Katie wore a pair of low-slung Jack Wills tracksuit bottoms with an asymmetric T-shirt
Katie's return to the recording
studio comes after a disappointing reception to her single Free To Love
Again flopped in 2010 – failing to even make it into the top 40 and
charting at number 60.
Following the poor sales of the track, Katie said: 'I don't want to do music as a career, but I love singing.
'And I did that song, and I am going to do another song and I'll bring it out on iTunes. I'm not a singer but I love doing it.'