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Sultry Rosanna as you've never seen her before

IT'S the picture that shows Rosanna Davison has shed her good-girl image.

In her raciest photo shoot yet, the former Miss World (26) reveals her true feelings on sex -- admitting that she never grew up with "Catholic guilt" because she's Protestant.

All of the pictures, which will be available in The Dubliner magazine's Sex Issue published with the Herald tomorrow, show Rosanna in a variety of provocative poses.

Sporting little more than a strategically placed coat in one picture, she is barely recognisable as the baby-faced 19-year-old who nabbed the Miss World crown in 2003.

She raunches up her image, giving details on all things sexual.

"I don't know what the big deal is about," says Rosanna. "Sex makes the world go round. I never suffered with Catholic guilt, I'm Protestant!"

She warns about the dangers of one-night stands, particularly for our young teens.

"I suppose for some people... if they decide that that's what they want to do, then it's their business. Personally, I've never done it, I think it's better to wait."

And as one of the country's most desirable women, here's what she feels makes a person sexy: "Sexiness is confidence. Being sexy is about the whole person, somebody who has a sense of humour and makes you laugh."

The photo and cover shoot also marks Rosanna's introduction as a beauty columnist in Dublin's favourite glossy weekly.