Katie Price and her son Harvey thanked the public for their “overwhelming” support following the success of their BBC documentary.
The 42-year-old reality star recently gave fans a glimpse into her life with the disabled teenager in the insightful documentary Harvey And Me.
Now Katie has announced on social media that she has been “inundated” with messages from people in similar situations.
What did Katie Price say?
On her Instagram story, Katie wrote: “A thank you message from both of us …
“We have been overwhelmed by the support Harvey, myself and my family have received since Harvey & Me aired last week.
It was comforting to hear that I am not alone and that many of you are experiencing the same thing
“It was comforting to hear that I am not alone and that many of you are experiencing the same thing. My team and I will continue to read your emails and respond in due course. Please contact us. “
She also said, “Autism, online trolling and the transition that many of our young people are going through are very important to me.
“I want to continue the conversation and support as many parents as possible.
“Thank you again for all of your continued support … End x.”
Will there be a second Harvey & Me documentary?
Yes, the former glamor is believed to be filming a second episode with son Harvey (18).
In it, the audience should receive follow-up treatment when the teenager leaves for the dormitory.
Speak with The sunA source claimed, “Katie has agreed to a second installment that will follow Harvey’s journey when he enters college.
“They are already in talks about what to film and plan to start this summer.”
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Katie’s rep also revealed that she was “confident” that a second episode was planned.
Despite her success, the mother of five recently had to deny that she “made money” on the show.
she said The sun: “It’s troubling to people who are watching because he’s really starting. And when he starts it’s like, “Duck diving, what is he going to throw!”
“But I thought I don’t have to add that. I think there’s enough in there for you to see he’s a challenge.
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“We have taken the position not to take advantage of it. I didn’t want people to say, “Oh, look, Katie uses Harvey to make money.”
Katie also stated that the BBC is “not a money-paying channel” as it is “more about education for them”.
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