KATIE PRICE’s documentary about her disabled son Harvey and his next steps into adulthood could now lead to a whole series on the subject.
Katie Price and her son Harvey could film a whole BBC seriesCredit: YouTube/Katie Price
It comes after figures revealed an impressive 4.2million viewers tuned into the documentary, which aired last week.
An insider said: “Katie and Harvey’s documentary was not only insightful and powerful, but it showed how popular their journey has become.
“After seeing the reception for the documentary the team behind it are now looking at the logistics of making a follow-up happen.
“Everything depends on Katie and Harvey however and whether they would be open to showing his next steps.
It comes after their documentary Harvey and Me drew in an impressive 4.2million viewersCredit: Minnow Films
“The reaction to the documentary was outstanding and it’s being viewed as a huge success.”
Katie thanked fans on Monday following the reaction from her fans to the hour-long special.
She said: “A message of thanks from us both… we have been overwhelmed by the amount of support Harvey, myself and my family have received since Harvey & Me aired last week.
“I have been inundated with emails and stories from parents in a similar situation to myself and Harvey, it’s been a comfort to hear I’m not alone and that many of you are experiencing the same.”
The series would follow Harvey as he moves to a residential collegeCredit: BBC
A source says ‘Katie and Harvey’s documentary showed how popular their journey has become’Credit: BBC
Katie added: “Autism, online trolling and the period of transitioning that many of our young people are going through is something close to my heart.
“I want to continue the conversation and support as many parents as possible. Thank you once again for all your continued support KP x.”
Katie gave birth to Harvey in 2002 following a short lived relationship with footballer Dwight Yorke.
Katie thanked fans for their support after the documentary aired last weekCredit: Channel 5
Harvey, 18, was born with a series of disabilities, including ADHD, autism, genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome and septo-optic dysplasia, which causes blindness.
Harvey and Me followed Katie and the teen visiting residential colleges across the UK.
Katie said she had to look to move Harvey into full time residential care for his own learning and developmental needs.
Harvey has ADHD, autism and genetic condition Prader-Willi SyndromeCredit: Rex Features
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