The mother of five appears in a new documentary titled Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next about her teenage son’s continuing education – but many have been distracted by the changing face. her change
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Katie Price is said to be ‘unrecognizable’ as she appears in the new documentary What Harvey Did Next following recent changes to her face through surgery.
The 43-year-old mother appeared in the controversial new documentary that aired on BBC One on Monday evening and watched her 19-year-old son Harvey as he enrolled in a special school for those with learning difficulties .
Earlier this year, Katie revealed she was under the knife again for further surgery on her face – she also underwent the procedure last year.
Fans who watched the BBC show were shocked to see how different she looked from the fresh topless model when her career began in the ’90s.
One shocked fan wrote: “#katiepricewhatharveydidnext did a pretty cool follow-up even though #katieprice doesn’t recognize it anymore!! #bbcone.”
And another asked: “#katieprice how much has she done around here, her eyes are only 43 years old.”
And another panicked fan wrote on Twitter: “Katie Price did something weird with her face. I can’t look at her without getting creeps.”
But some fans have criticized those who rate Katie as superficial.
One supportive viewer tweeted: “It’s easy to look down on people like Katie Price. But her devotion to Harvey (with his father gone) is truly impressive. Many of us. I couldn’t do what she did I couldn’t “t.”
Another concurred with the tweet: “Those who criticize her can’t walk a mile in her shoes. Don’t judge.”
And another fan tweeted: “#WhatHarveydidnext Superb @KatiePrice continues to support single moms with children with complex additional needs like me. Highlighting a reality many don’t see.”
However, Katie’s latest documentary has been released in a cloud of controversy, with many taking issue with the fact that the documentary was made against the backdrop of Katie’s legal troubles last year. last.
She famously crashed her car in a drunk driving incident last September and was sentenced to 16 weeks probation, 100 hours community service and a two-year driving ban last December after she pleaded guilty.
Some viewers took issue with the fact that license fee payers’ money was used to fund a documentary about her criminal convictions.
One person tweeted: “What a waste of license money. Why are we funding this drink-driving crime.”
Before the show aired on BBC One on Monday night, a Group spokesman defended the documentary from criticism that erupted an hour before the special was broadcast.
They said: “Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next is a documentary that explores and illuminates a side of disability that is not often shown.
“The film highlights the experiences of Harvey Price, who lives with a complex array of medical and behavioral conditions, as he enters a new phase of adulthood and the difficult decisions he makes. and his mother gave when he enrolled in college.
“This series has a lot of focus on Harvey, and we believe he’s an important story to tell. This BBC show deals with Katie Price’s arrest following her car crash. , in light of how Harvey’s life would be affected if something happened to his Mother.”
However, they refused to disclose the amount of royalties that were spent to make Katie appear on the show.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/fans-brand-katie-price-unrecognisable-26416439 Katie Price brand fans 'unrecognizable' on What Harvey Did Next amid changing faces