Price may enter wedding on a horse

Price may enter wedding on a horse

Katie Price wants to ride a horse to her wedding.

The former glamour model is set to tie the knot for the second time to part-time stripper-and-actor Kieran Hayler on Friday, and she revealed her perfect nuptials would involve her galloping on a trusty stallion to the ceremony, which is reportedly due to take place in seaside town Weston-super-Mare, in South West, England.

Speaking at the launch of her new range of KP Equestrian lightweight show jumps and competition jackets in west London today, for which she dressed as a pink fluffy horse, she told BANG Showbiz: "One thing I always say is, wouldn't it be nice to ride to my own wedding? But who knows what will happen. I'll just turn up."

But not content with providing her own transport for the wedding, Katie - who married Kieran in Barbados in January following a whirlwind romance - would also love her nuptials to be decorated in an equestrian theme, which looks likely to involve well-presented horses and perhaps some of her own new show jumps.

She added: "Everyone seems to know more than me about my wedding - but an equestrian theme, I'd love to do that."

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