Katie Price has thrown a garden party in honor of the Queen’s platinum anniversary as she awaits sentencing for violating her restraining order.
The former glamor model, 44, was warned last month that she could face jail time after pleading guilty to violating a restraining order by calling ex-husband Kieran Hayler’s fiancée a “gutter s**g.”
But while she awaits her fate, Katie distracted herself from the potentially looming jail term as she celebrated the anniversary celebration with friends and family.
Patriotic: Katie Price throws a garden party in honor of the Queen’s platinum jubilee as she awaits sentencing for her restraining order
A blast: She captioned the photo by simply writing ‘Special times’
The yard was dotted with Union Jack-adorned bunting, and another snap showed a cardboard cutout of the Queen.
Katie wore a white graphic tee and matching white pants with sneakers and a pink handbag.
She added the photo to the photo by simply writing ‘Special times’.
She also took to her Instagram stories to share an adorable photo of her with her four children, Junior, 16, Princess, 14, Jett, eight, and Bunny, seven.
Sweet: She also took to her Instagram stories to share an adorable photo of her with her four children, Junior, 16, Princess, 14, Jett, eight, and Bunny, seven.
There she is! The yard was dotted with Union Jack-adorned bunting, and another snap showed a cardboard cutout of the Queen
Missing from the group was Harvey, who recently celebrated his 20th birthday, which Katie marked Saturday with a photo of him standing outside in a blue T-shirt on her Instagram grid.
However, she came under fire for apparently applying a filter to the photo.
Fans were quick to accuse her of “heavily filtering” and “airbrushing” the photo of Harvey, who has Prader-Willi syndrome, diabetes and autism.
Criticism: Katie came under fire for seemingly putting a filter on a photo of her son Harvey (above) marking his 20th birthday
A day after Harvey’s birthday, Katie wrote, “My handsome son still can’t believe his 20s.”
But in the comments section, fans responded back to Katie’s post, with one person furious: “Editing your own son? Wow.’
Another commented, “Ah, don’t filter Harvey.”
While a third said ‘HARV doesn’t need a filter, he’s GORGEOUS HARV’
And a fourth wrote: ‘Blimey, she even filters his photos heavily now. why can’t people show their natural looks online. What a sad world.’
Happy Birthday! The former glamor model, 44, shared a photo of Harvey on her Instagram grid on Saturday to celebrate her son’s birthday. In the photo: Katie and Harvey together
A fifth asked, “Did you really have to airbrush Harvey?????”
Another added: ‘She put a filter on him. He doesn’t need it, he’s 20 not 90. He’s handsome, don’t be ashamed, Katie.’
Others used the comments to send their well wishes to Harvey on his 20th birthday, while many noted how much he resembled his brother Junior, 16, whose father is Peter Andre.
‘Don’t filter Harvey’: But fans were quick to accuse her of ‘heavily filtering’ and ‘airbrushing’ the photo of Harvey, who has Prader-Willi syndrome, diabetes and autism
The mother of five was arrested on January 21 on suspicion of violating her restraining order against Michelle Penticost with a foul-mouthed text message to her ex.
The message read: ‘Tell your fucking cunt girlfriend not to bring up about me.
“She has a restraining order so she shouldn’t try to antagonize me because she’s violating and I’m sure she doesn’t want people to know that she had an affair with you behind my back.” That poured ***.’
Katie, who was joined by current partner Carl Woods at Lewes Crown Court, was later charged with violating a restraining order but pleaded not guilty on April 27 and requested a trial in the Crown Court.
Gifts: Earlier this week, Katie showed off Harvey’s huge 20th birthday present, posting a photo of boxes piled in her doorway
However, she pleaded guilty and was told by Judge Stephen Mooney that she “risked receiving an immediate custodial sentence.”
It was previously suggested that she would face five years in prison if found to have violated the warrant.
Katie’s attorney Nicholas Hamblin said the star must again avoid jail because just the words “tell you” were a violation of the restraining order.
He said, “Without those two words in the message, this wouldn’t be a violation.”
Katie, who has been released on bail, will be convicted of violating the ban on June 24.
Court: Elsewhere, Katie was warned on Wednesday that she faces a jail term after pleading guilty to violating a restraining order by calling ex-husband Kieran Hayler’s fiancée a ‘gutter s**g’
On June 3, 2019, she was given a five-year restraining order prohibiting her from directly or indirectly contacting Pentecost.
The warrant came after Katie threw a foul-mouthed “abuse tirade” at her during an argument in a school yard.
Her lawyer added: ‘It is telling in this case that there is a lot of background information to be presented to the court.
“Much of it is in a therapist’s report and the court should be kept informed about her current situation and indeed the cases that have taken so much of her time and that of others over quite a number of years.
“You’ll notice she’s been given a suspended sentence.
Difficult: Mother of five was arrested on Jan. 21 on suspicion of violating her restraining order against Michelle Penticost with a foul-mouthed text message to her ex Kieran
“Part of my job will be to convince the court that in this case, because of the available reduced sentence, it will be unjust to activate that suspended sentence.”
After allegedly sending foul-mouthed text messages to ex Kieran, Katie was arrested at her home around 5:45pm on January 21 and taken to Worthing Police Station.
She was released after 12 hours of questioning, but not before officers confiscated her phone, which they examined for evidence.
Flanked by a female guard, she stood in the dock of Court 1 and smiled as her fiancé sat behind her in court.
When asked how she pleaded for a single charge of violation of the warrant, the former glamor model replied, “Guilty.”
Nicholas Hamblin, in defense, told the court that the case against her rested on two words “Tell you…” which were an indirect message to Miss Pentecost.
He said he would put a lot of personal information about Price in court as part of his softening.
Judge Stephen Mooney told Price: “Obviously you have accepted an offense and pleaded guilty and you know you committed the offense while on parole and risk going to jail.”
He said she would be released on bail until sentencing next month while reports were being prepared. But he warned her that she would then “risk an immediate custodial sentence.”
Case: Katie, who was joined by Carl Woods at Lewes Crown Court, was charged with violating a restraining order but pleaded not guilty on April 27 and requested a trial in the Crown Court