Katie Price has been tipped for a regular TV slot on Steph’s Packed Lunch after impressing bosses with her recent stint on the show, it has been claimed.
The 42-year-old recently fronted a documentary with eldest son Harvey, exploring his possible move into a residential college.
After the programme was praised by fans and famous faces, the mum-of-five has been linked to a possible slot on the Channel 4 series.
‘Katie went down a storm with bosses during her appearance on the show last month and producers are looking to make her a regular on the show,’ an insider claimed to the Daily Star.
‘Meetings are ongoing but after the success of her BBC documentary Harvey and Me, she’s keen to show there’s more to her than her glamour model past.
‘She will be covering a string of serious issues that are close to her heart – almost in a roving reporter style position.’
They told the publication that details around Katie’s slot aren’t clear – and she could appear on the show between a couple of episodes a week or once every two weeks.
Katie has a lot to celebrate at the moment – as her documentary has been watched more than 4million times on iPlayer.
The show, Katie Price: Harvey and Me, followed her journey to find a suitable residential college for the 18-year-old – with staff to care for his needs.
The teenager is partially blind, has Prader-Willi syndrome, is autistic, and has a range of learning and behavioural difficulties.
Following the episode airing on BBC, the star 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.’
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