Katie Price reportedly begged her sister Sophie to move her wedding forward by two days as she faces being jailed on Friday 24 June.
The 44 year old glamour model, whose other half Carl Woods reportedly missed the nuptials due to a “ban”, will be returning to court tomorrow after pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order against her ex-husband Kieran Hayler’s fiancée Michelle Penticost.
Addressing Katie and her legal team following the plea, Judge Stephen Mooney warned she is “at risk of going to prison”.
With this in mind, Katie is said to have asked her sister to bring forward her wedding day in case she does go to jail, according to The Sun.
“They’re a close-knit family and were desperate to share this special moment all together,” a source told the publication. “It’s quite possible Katie is going to end up in prison tomorrow. She has been warned it’s a very strong possibility.”
The source went on to claim that Katie brought a film crew with her to Sophie’ wedding, adding: “so she’s obviously not alarmed” by the prospect of potentially going to prison.
“These could be the last moments they have together as a family for quite a while,” they added.
OK! Online has approached Katie’s representatives for further comment.
On 25 May this year, Judge Stephen Mooney told Katie: “Clearly you have accepted responsibility for an offence.
“You have pleaded guilty and you are aware that you committed that offence while you were subject to a suspended sentence and you are at risk of going to prison.
“Your lawyer says there is a lot of information relating to the background of this offence and the offence which led to you receiving the suspended sentence. I will need to know about the relevant parts of the background.
“Be under no illusions, I am adjourning for a pre-sentence report but you do run the risk of receiving a custodial sentence.”
Katie’s lawyer Nicholas Hamblin said the star should avoid jail again because only the words “tell your” were a breach of the restraining order.
He said: “Were it not for those two words in the message this would not be a breach. It is very telling in this case that there is a great deal of background information which will need to be placed before the court.
“Much of it is in a therapist’s report and the court would need to be updated about her current situation and indeed the matters which have taken up so much of her time and other people’s time over quite a number of years.
“You will notice she has been subject to conditions of a suspended sentence. Part of my function will be to seek to persuade the court that in this case, because of the mitigation available it will be unjust to activate that suspended sentence.”
Sentencing was adjourned to 24 June for a probation report to be prepared.