Jackie St Clair is a British former glamour model who specialised in photographic calendars and lingerie catalogues. She was a regular Page Three girl in the UK tabloid newspapers, The Sun and The Daily Star from the mid 1980s to mid 1990s. Jackie appeared in Playboy Magazine February 1988 edition and Playboy Australia in March 1988 and February 1989, and also the cover of Playboy Argentina October 1988. In 1997 she appeared as The Dark Side Of The Moon on Pink Floyd's iconic Back Covers album, created by legendary graphic designer Storm Elvin Thorgerson and photographed by Tony May. Jackie is also known for her friendships with singer Prince and television producer Simon Cowell. Jackie was part of the pop band Geoff Deane And The Tropical Fish whose single Holiday-In was released in 1985 on Record Shack/CBS. In 1986 she was in The Worlds Best Trio girl band and released the single Every Step I take on Avatar Records, distributed by CBS. Jackie had small non-speaking roles in television series The Last Days Of Pompeii and The Two Ronnies.