Katie Price reveals son Harvey has been offered his own BBC series about trains

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Katie Price has revealed that her son Harvey has been offered his own eight-part BBC series about trains and automobiles after their documentary together received outstanding praise from viewers.

The TV personality, 43, joked that she and Harvey's friend Zack's mother Jeannette, who are said to both also be involved, aren't even "interested in b****y trains".

It comes after Katie announced in May that her candid documentary with her son Harvey had been nominated for a National Television Award.

According to The Sun, the mother-of-five told Community Living magazine: "On the back of it, the BBC have offered Harvey and his friend Zack an eight-part series on trains and automobiles. There will be some gorgeous trains like the Bluebell Railway.

“I am not interested in b****y trains. Me and Jeannette (Zack’s mum) will be sitting there having our tea and sandwiches saying, 'What are we b****y doing here on a train station?' But, as long as they are happy, that’s what matters."

OK! has contacted BBC for comment.

During Katie's documentary, called Katie Price: Harvey and Me, which aired earlier this year, Harvey met friend Zack and his mother Jeannette at Waterloo Station in London where they watched trains and caught up.

Earlier this year, the TV personality revealed that their documentary had been nominated for a National Television Award, which is set to take place on 9 September 2021.

The mum-of-five shared the news on her Instagram page with a sweet snap of her and Harvey after their documentary received outstanding praise from viewers.

The documentary followed Katie and her eldest son Harvey at a pivotal point in his life as they made the important decision of choosing a college which will develop his skills and monitor his complex needs.

Harvey was born partially blind, autistic and suffers from Prader-Willi syndrome as well as septo-optic dysplasia, which is a rare disorder that affects brain function hormones and vision.

Katie took to Instagram to share her exciting news with a sweet photo of Harvey giggling away as she smiled proudly alongside him.

She wrote: “@officialmrharveyprice and I are absolutely thrilled to be nominated for an NTA in this year’s Authored Documentary category! As always thank you to all those that continue to support Harvey and my family.”

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Katie and Harvey will be competing against 17 other documentary pieces aired over the last year including Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock’s documentary Race, Pop & Power and Love Island star Zara McDermott’s documentary Revenge Porn.

Voters had until 11pm on June 4 to submit their votes for the best authored documentary piece of the year.

Only recently, Katie unveiled the results of her new surgery on Friday's Good Morning Britain and listed the procedures that she received in Turkey last month after fearing she would die on the operating table.

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