Katie Price deletes wedding post after being accused of 'stealing the bride's thunder'

Katie Price and Kris Boyson (Instagram)
Katie Price and Kris Boyson (Instagram)

Katie Price reportedly took down a social media post she shared during a wedding last week, after she was accused of upstaging the bride.

According to The Sun Online, the media personality accompanied boyfriend Kris Boyson to take part in his cousin Danny Boyson’s wedding. But when Price uploaded a photo of a placeholder that read: “Mr and Mrs Boyson. 13 July 2019,” fans started speculating whether she was the one who had got hitched instead.

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“Kris was really embarrassed about Katie posting all the wedding stuff when she knew full well that people would think they got married,” a source told the publication.

“He accused her of trying to steal his cousin’s thunder and upstage them by making it all about her – she denied it but has apologised to keep the peace.”

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The insider went on to claim that “Kris knew it’d cause a stir” bringing Katie to the celebrations but that he’d hoped she would “know how to behave at a wedding.”

The source concluded by taking a swipe at the I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! star’s past marriages, suggesting that “she’s had enough of her own and she’d have been really upset if someone did the same to her.”

It’s worth nothing however, that Price’s reps told Metro that there is “no truth” in the reports.

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While Price’s picture had her followers questioning whether she’d tied the knot with weight loss specialist Boyson, a snapshot on his profile caused them to wonder whether the 41-year-old might be pregnant with her sixth child.

Beaming at the camera, Boyson’s hand could be seen resting on Price’s stomach, which sent the rumour mill into overdrive.