Kelly Brook would love to be Queen Elizabeth for the day.
The brunette model would choose to swap places with the 87-year-old British monarch if she could pick anyone, as it would give her a fantastic insight into her life.
Asked whose life she would choose to swap with, she said: "I'd probably be the queen for a day. She's done such a fantastic job for the country and I'd have liked to be her on Jubilee Weekend last year."
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations to mark her 60th year on the throne took place from June 2-5 last year and saw the queen attend the Epsom Derby horse races, the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant, which saw hundreds of boats from across the UK, the Commonwealth and around the world float down the River Thames in London, with the monarch and The Duke of Edinburgh travelling in the Royal Barge as its centrepiece, and a special diamond Jubilee pop concert, among other special events.
While she enjoyed the Diamond Jubilee as a British citizen, Kelly says the best party she has ever been to was held by the rapper P Diddy.
She added to Nuts magazine: "When I was in Cannes last year, I went to one of P Diddy's parties - that was phenomenal. Seeing him walking around in his white tuxedo serving champagne was cool."
Meanwhile, Brook is said to have gotten quickly back into love, with reports linking her to Jeremy Piven.
The 33-year-old model is said to be getting close to the 'Mr Selfridge' actor, although it's "too early" to know where her romance with the US star is leading.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, a source revealed: "She was immediately taken by his dashing good looks.
"It's too early to say how serious things will get, but the initial attraction was definitely there on both sides."
She recently broke up with rugby hunk Danny Cipriani for the second time after allegations he cheated on her.
The brunette beauty has admitted she wished she'd stayed single until she was in her 30s, and regrets not "focusing on" herself enough.
She previously said: "Stay away from relationships. I did everything the wrong way around.
"I should probably have stayed single until now and focused on myself a lot more.
"I love loving people and doing things for people ... that's just me, it's my personality. But when I look back, I think, 'Oh my gosh, I could have spent that time focusing on myself so much more.'