Katie Price has a lot to celebrate right now, as her incredible BBC documentary raked in more than 4million views.
The programme, Katie Price: Harvey and Me, followed the mum-of-five as she searched for a residential college for her eldest son, now that he has turned 18.
It focused on the bond between the 42-year-old and the teenager, who is partially blind, has Prader-Willi syndrome, is autistic, and has a series of learning and behavioural difficulties.
The one-off has been praised by many, with viewers thrilled to see rare side of the pair and their close relationship.
Following the episode airing on BBC, Katie revealed that millions of viewers had turned in to watch on iPlayer.
Taking to Twitter, she penned: ‘I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that Katie Price: Harvey and Me has had 4.2 million views to date!
‘Thank you all so much! If you missed it you can catch the full documentary now on @BBCiPlayer.’
Harvey has been attending a residential college for some time but the full-time placement will be new territory for the youngster.
The family will find out whether he has been accepted in March.
It was recently confirmed that there will be a second documentary on the way, thought to be showing the teenager embarking on the next stage in his life.
‘Katie has agreed to a second instalment, which will follow Harvey’s journey as he starts residential college,’ a source told the Sun.
‘They’re already in talks about what they’ll film and plan to start in summer.’
A rep for Katie told the publication: ‘I can say with confidence there will be a part two of this wonderful documentary. Katie has been inundated with requests for a follow up to cover the next steps in Harvey’s transition.’
Her spokesperson confirmed that another show is on the way, and we cannot wait to watch it.
Katie Price: Harvey and Me is available to stream on iPlayer now.
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