SNUBBED by the country’s premier polo event, Katie Price has been invited to watch smaller scale horseplay in Little Budworth.
The glamour model was reportedly deemed “too chavvy” when she tried to buy tickets for the Cartier International Polo Day at Windsor’s Great Park on Sunday.
But Giles Cross, of Winsford, who is organising this weekend’s Cheshire Polo Event in Little Budworth, stepped in to defy the snobs who wanted to keep her at arm’s length from the likes of Prince Charles.
Giles Cross runs business service provider Ink ‘n’ Paper in Tarporley which is sponsoring the event.
He got in touch with tabloid papers affiliated with Jordan to invite her, and they promised they would.
He said: “She plays polo so she’s very welcome to come to Cheshire Polo Club.”
The free event starts today (Friday) and continues until the finals on Sunday next to The Hollies Farm Shop in Little Budworth, near the junction of the A49 and A54.
At the time of going to press, Giles had not heard from Katie’s representatives.