Katie Price has strip-ped down celebration
- Bang Showbiz
- 3 February 2010
This article is from 2010.
Katie Price and Alex Reid celebrated their Las Vegas marriage yesterday (02.02.10) by visiting Spearmint Rhino strip club
Katie Price and Alex Reid celebrated their marriage at a strip club.
The glamour model was seen heading to Spearmint Rhino with the cage-fighter and an unnamed male friend shortly after their 22-minute wedding at Las Vegas' exclusive Wynn Hotel yesterday (02.02.10).
They are also believed to have later visited Sapphire Gentlemen's Club, where they watched more pole dancers before returning to their $10,000-a-night penthouse honeymoon suite at the Wynn.
Although it was believed the couple had shunned publicity for the wedding, it has now been claimed a camera crew from Katie's British reality TV series 'What Katie Did Next' were present to see the 31-year-old star given away by gay best pals Gary Cockerill and Phil Turner.
A source told the Mail Online website: "Her ITV2 camera crew were with her and could well have filmed the wedding.
"But Katie is not sure yet whether she will allow the footage to be aired.
"She has not signed any magazine deal for the wedding photographs, but they are likely to do an interview about it when they get back."
According to friends of the couple, Katie was determined to make the ceremony as different as possible from the lavish, star-studded nuptials she had when she married Peter Andre in 2005.
A source said: "They wanted to have the ceremony as soon as they got to Las Vegas, but the bridal stores weren't open so she couldn't get a dress.
"She had her fashion team trawling all over town for a gown. In the end she just had to make do.
"It was nothing like last time when she'd spent months designing her perfect dress. Her last wedding - with all her celeb pals and a huge fuss - ended in disaster.
"Kate wanted a no-nonsense do this time, with just her nearest and dearest."
Katie and Peter's divorce was finalised in September, four months after they announced their separation.