Katie Value’s son Harvey will get a dream provide from the BBC after suspending prepare scenes in a documentary

Harvey Price was offered his own BBC series on trains and cars, his mother Katie revealed.

The former model and her eldest son starred in a one-off documentary for the broadcaster earlier this year that followed him as he celebrated his 18th birthday and looked for a residential college to live in.

Harvey – who is partially blind and has Prader-Willi syndrome, autism and other learning and behavioral difficulties – have now been offered more projects after the success of Katie Price: Harvey And Me.

Katie told Community Living that there would be a second part of the documentary showing train enthusiast Harvey accepting National Rail’s offer to record announcements for her, as well as a spin-off series.

BBC / Minnow MoviesKatie and Harvey at a train station in Harvey And Me

She said, “The BBC loved it so much. They actually didn’t know how good it would do. So we’re going to do a second part where he makes the train announcements, gets ready for college, his first day of college, all of that. And also the pros and cons of funding.

“And on the back, the BBC offered Harvey and his friend Zac an eight-part series about trains and cars. There will be some beautiful trains like the Bluebell Railway. “

Katie continued, “I don’t care about fucking trains. Me and Jeanette [Zac’s mum] will sit there and have our tea and sandwiches and say ‘what the fuck are we doing here at a train station?’ But that counts as long as they are happy. “

BBCTrain enthusiast Harvey also visited Waterloo station in Harvey And Me

She later added on her Instagram stories, “I’m so proud of @officialmrharveyprice that I would have ever thought so. I’m not interested in trains, but Harvey loves them so I have to go with them. “

In one of the most memorable scenes from Harvey And Me, Katie was spotted taking her son to a local train station where he photographed passing trains on his iPad.

He was also seen impersonating a train announcer and saying, “May I have your attention, please? This train consists of 12 cars. Track four for the 11:34 South Western Railway to Guildford. “

The moments led National Rail to offer to have Harvey make an announcement at one of their train stations.

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