'Michelle Marsh (topless) and Lucy Pinder (nipples covered, so far) - can earn in excess of £100,000 a year.
Twenty-one-year old blonde Michelle (vital statistics - 32G-24-34) says such sums should serve notice to anyone who wonders whether all Page Three girls are not bright.
"At the end of the day I could work nine to five, but I would not be travelling the world earning such good money and meeting brilliant people," she says.
They think it's normal and acceptable to carry daily pictures of half-naked women, which is still revolting - but I'm still glad they're supporting us" Clare Short, in 1997, after the Sun backed LabourLike many girls, she got into Page Three through a local modelling agency and also works for the lads mags.
She says there have been catty comments from one or two women offended by their boyfriend's wandering eye and the odd time when she's wished the men would stop paying her attention, but most people respect her choice - including her family.
"My mum and dad are absolutely fine about it, they collect everything I do," she says. "When they saw how happy I was they were really pleased for me. My dad runs my website."
Michelle, the proud owner of her own house and a sports car, knows she won't be able to continue in her line of work for ever and plans to work as a carer for the elderly.
While she can probably afford to pick and choose, even averagely successful Page Three girls make between £30,000 and £40,000 a year."Page Three girls are in demand with magazines right now," says Edwards.'
That should put to rest the idea that these women are being exploited by being somehow brainwashed to serve at men's leisure.
Now let's see the how feminists describe "sexual objectification" shall we? Here's Everyday Feminism defining sexual objectification: