Katie Price and son Harvey in new BBC documentary about his move to Gloucestershire

Katie Price and her son Harvey will be featured in new BBC One documentary What Harvey Did Next, taking a look at Harvey’s experience joining National Star College, just outside Cheltenham.

BBC One has announced that it will be filming Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next, with cameras set to follow Katie and her son Harvey through six months of their life when he joins National Star College.

A follow up television documentary to the BBC iPlayer record-breaking film, Katie Price: Harvey and Me, which originally aired on screens at the beginning of 2021, Harvey is expected to join the Gloucestershire college at the start of the academic year in September 2021, with broadcasting expected in spring / summer 2022.

Television viewers will be able to see this huge period of adjustment in his life, as he leaves behind a school that he has attended for a decade and embarks on a challenging and exciting new chapter as a residential student at Cheltenham’s National Star College, hours from his family, that will be his home for the next three years.

This new way of life will be a big upheaval for the Price family, although there will be support from highly specialised teachers and therapists in Gloucestershire, so that Harvey can lay crucial foundations for a more independent adult life.

Katie Price said: ‘The overwhelming love and support we received following Harvey and Me earlier this year was incredible.

To see how so many people connected with our story and how it has helped so many families out there who are going through similar experiences has made me so proud.’


By Zoe Gater


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Tuesday 07 September 2021

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