Network Rail has offered Katie Price’s son Harvey Price the opportunity to make an announcement at one of their stations following last night’s documentary Harvey And Me.
Harvey, 18, demonstrated his love for trains during the one-hour film, which showed him and his mum’s journey to find a suitable residential college for him.
In one scene, Katie took her son to a station where he took pictures of the passing trains, while another saw him impressively immiatate an operator.
‘May I have your attention please?’ Harvey said. ‘This train is formed of 12 coaches. Platform four for the 11.34 South Western Railway service to Guildford.’
Network Rail has since invited Harvey to one of their branches once the coronavirus lockdown restrictions have eased so he can make an official announcement.
Media Relations Manager, Tracey O’Brien, told Metro.co.uk: ‘We, Network Rail, would be happy to arrange for Harvey to make an announcement at one of the Network Rail managed stations when it is safe to do so.’
Their offer comes after many Harvey And Me viewers launched a campaign to make Harvey a train announcer.
‘Also this is my official petition for Harvey Price to become the announcer on the train line,’ wrote one on Twitter.
Echoing a similar sentiment, another added: ‘Petition for Harvey Price to record all of the TFL train announcements.’
After the documentary aired, Katie thanked fans for their support and stressed that she wants to ‘continue the conversation’ regarding the struggles parents may face with children who have disabilities.
She tweeted: ‘I wanted to say thank you so much to @bbcone @Minnow_Films and the general public for all your support in the lead up to #HarveyandMe and the incredible feedback tonight.
‘This really has been such an amazing journey for Harvey and myself, and I want to continue the conversation surrounding the difficulties that parents of children with complex needs face, and help parents going through a similar situation. ‘Thank you all so much x.’
Katie Price: Harvey And Me is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
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