She recently revealed that she's spent £30,000 on a bum augmentation.
And Jessica Alves proudly showed off the results of the procedure as she flaunted her sensational curves on Monday.
The transgender TV star, 36, left very little to the imagination as she posed up a storm in a black plunging swimsuit while standing next to a pool in Marbella.
Jessica exuded confidence in her black swimwear, which boasted a belt around the midriff to accentuate her curves.
She also added a pair of fluffy black heels and made sure to work all her angles as she turned around to flaunt her rear during the photoshoot.
To complete her sizzling look, Jessica wore her long blonde locks down and perfectly placed over her eye-popping cleavage.
Jessica also showed off her figure on her new Instagram account, donning a striking skin-tight red dress and hoop earrings.
In July Jessica, who was previously known as Rodrigo, revealed she jetted to Brazil to undergo a Bioplasty buttock augmentation that involved her having nine litres of filler injected into her bottom at a cost of £30,000.
The star said she doesn't care that she still has a 'male voice' and 'male genitals' for the time being as she feels 'sexy for the first time in [her] life' with her new curves.
Speaking to MailOnline about the transformation, Jessica said: 'I had a life changing aesthetic procedure as part of my transition which left me with a J-Lo butt and Kim Kardashian hips.'
'I had high amounts of Methacrylate over the period of a week [and] my body was transformed into an hourglass figure.
'I want to be a voluptuous woman with curves and now I am and I feel sexy for the first time in my life!'
Jessica added that she never felt 'sexy' before her gender transition and had low confidence but now feels 'fierce' in her body.
She said: 'As a man I never felt sexy at all and I had very low confidence but now as a woman I feel fierce and sexy and it is such an overwhelming feeling.
'My life has changed a lot. I am not the same person from last year. My mind, body and soul is 100 per cent female.'
Jessica also explained that due to the coronavirus pandemic, her voice feminisation surgery and sex reassignment surgery have been delayed.
The former Human Ken Doll also revealed in July that she would now like to be called Jessica and has plans to formally changing her name.
Speaking on This Morning, Jessica added that she is dreaming of becoming a mother.
She told hosts Ruth Langsford, 60, and Eamonn Holmes, also 60: 'I have been developing as a person and as a human being. I was born a transgender woman.
'Throughout the years you have known me, I was fighting the fact that I have always been a woman inside myself.'
Later on, Ruth asked: 'What about love in your life?'
Jessica said: 'First, is to love yourself. My priority is myself and my transition. I would like to have a child and like to have a baby.
'I visualise myself taking care of my baby and being with someone who loves me and accepts for me for who I am.'
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