Katie Price, AKA Jordan, has accused the organisers of the Cartier polo tournament of snobbery after refusing her entry last weekend.
Katie wrote in an editorial in Friday’s Times newspaper: “I paid Chinawhite 6,000 pounds for my table, but my manager was told that I was not the sort of person they wanted. Eliza Doolittle went to the races with Henry Higgins after a few elocution lessons, in Pretty Woman Julia Roberts went to the polo straight from Sunset Boulevard, but in the 21st century we have become even more class-ridden.”
Her tickets were reportedly withdrawn by Cartier polo tournament organisers due ‘to an oversight’.
But Katie added that no one should be excluded from polo tournaments. Polo should be ‘for people who love horses, not a media charade’.
The glamour model and TV personality is a keen horse-woman and is currently learning how to play polo.
She continued in her editorial: “I know more about fetlocks and forelocks than most of the celebrities invited by Cartier and the Chinawhite nightclub. I’ve certainly mucked out more horses.”