Katie Price's wore a 'totally inappropriate' outfit on new horse show
Katie Price was reprimanded for wearing "totally inappropriate" clothing on her new equestrian show.
The 38-year-old beauty was told off for not abiding by the "proper dress code and etiquette" when she turned up to film the latest installment of 'Katie Price's Pony Club'.
Julie Finney from The Cheshire Bloodhounds Hunt said: "Kate arrived in this diamante jacket and we told her, 'You can't wear that.' [Kate's outfit was] totally inappropriate. We have a proper dress code and etiquette that we follow. As we were filming for TV, we did not want to look bad."
However, the firm did make the former glamour model ditch her jewels in exchange for a formal riding coat, tie and pin.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, Ms. Finney added: "Kate joined the hunt. The kids rode too. They loved it."
Meanwhile, the new six-part series will follow Katie as she creates her own horse school - comprised of her daughter Princess, eight, son Junior, 10, and four of their friends - as the six novice riders take on the elitist world of pony clubs.
The fly-on-the-wall series will show the team training at Katie's home in West Sussex where she keeps her five horses, four goats, four dogs, three pigs, one rabbit, a baby hedgehog and over 100 feathered friends - making her lavish mansion comparable to a working farm.
'Katie Price's Pony Club' will hit screens this summer on TLC.