Katie Price speaks to BBC for third documentary about teenage son Harvey

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Former glamor model Katie Price has revealed that the BBC is ‘shooting a third season’ of her eye-opening documentary with teenage son Harvey living with some complex needs

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Katie Price opens in trailer for BBC documentary Harvey And Me

Katie Price is in talks with the BBC for a third documentary about her son Harvey.

The glamor model said that the 19-year-old, whose needs were complicated by various medical conditions including autism and impaired vision, exceeded all her expectations.

But she says it’s hard to predict what the future holds for Harvey, now a freshman at a specialized college in Cheltenham.

“They’re filming season three, so we’ll find out,” she said.

“I can’t sit here and say, ‘Oh, I hope Harvey is like this’ – because I’ve been doing it all my life and he’s done more than I ever thought possible.

Katie and Harvey are ‘in talks’ with BBC for a third season of their popular documentary


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“They’re filming season three, so we’ll find out,” she said.

Viewers first saw the pair look at different colleges in last year’s Harvey and Me documentary. The second film, What Harvey Did Next, airs Monday and shows a teenager whose absent father, former soccer player Dwight Yorke, is taking his first big step toward independence.

Katie, 43, explained that it’s important to let viewers know how he’s going in the long-term, with the course expected to last three years.

Documentary Katie explores Harvey’s first weeks of college away from his mother



“You can’t just leave it as ‘He’s in college,'” she explains.

“If there are people out there with kids like Harvey, I think they’re more concerned with how he benefits from going to college than at home.”

The third series, which has not been officially authorized by the BBC, is likely to air in 2024.

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