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Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next FIRST LOOK: Star’s son adjusts to living at college

Katie Price is set to navigate her son’s challenging adjustment to living at a residential college in her BBC documentary: What Harvey Did Next.

In the first trailer for the one-off special, the reality star can be seen attempting to comfort her son as he violently slams a door while trying to come to terms with her new home.

The documentary’s release comes in the wake of a difficult time for bankrupt Katie, which has seen her narrowly avoid jail twice after being arrested for drink-driving in September.

FIRST LOOK: Katie Price is set to navigate her son’s challenging adjustment to living at a residential college in her BBC documentary: What Harvey Did Next

What Harvey Did Next will act as a follow-up to Katie’s previous BBC documentary Harvey and Me, which focused on the star’s attempts to find a suitable residential college for her son given his complex needs.

Harvey was born with disabilities including partial blindness, ADHD and Prader-Willi syndrome, which causes an excessive appetite. 

As Harvey embarks on his first term at specialist college, National Star, What Harvey Did Next will give viewers access to his unique bond with mum Katie, and how they both find being apart from one another now that Harvey is away full time. 

Difficult: In the first trailer for the one-off special, the reality star can be seen attempting to comfort her son as he violently slams a door while trying to come to terms with her new home

Difficult: In the first trailer for the one-off special, the reality star can be seen attempting to comfort her son as he violently slams a door while trying to come to terms with her new home

Touching: As Harvey embarks on his first term at specialist college, National Star, What Harvey Did Next will give viewers access to his unique bond with mum Katie

Touching: As Harvey embarks on his first term at specialist college, National Star, What Harvey Did Next will give viewers access to his unique bond with mum Katie

Filmed over several months of learning and living in his own flat, the film puts Harvey at the centre as he navigates college life, forming friendships and settling into the place where he hopes to spend the next three years. 

In the trailer, he can be seen learning about his favourite animal, telling his tutor: ‘F is for frog,’ before mimicking the sound the pond creature makes.

As Harvey can be seen playing in a swimming pool, a thrilled Katie watches on while filming him on her iPad, before her son is guided around the college complex by his tutors. 

Katie can be heard asking Harvey: ‘Are you happy here?’ to which he responds: ‘Yes mum.’

Proud: Katie can be heard asking Harvey: 'Are you happy here?' to which he responds: 'Yes mum'

Proud: Katie can be heard asking Harvey: ‘Are you happy here?’ to which he responds: ‘Yes mum’

Beaming: The star, who has had her fair share of personal woes including narrowly dodging jail for drink-driving, proudly films her son on her iPad

Beaming: The star, who has had her fair share of personal woes including narrowly dodging jail for drink-driving, proudly films her son on her iPad

But it appears that the move won’t be entirely plain sailing, as Harvey can be seen violently kicking open a door, before being comforted by mum Katie.

In September if had been reported that Katie’s follow-up film around Harvey’s experience at college had been axed, after the star was arrested for drink-driving.

In December she was given a 16-month prison sentence suspended for a year after pleading guilty to drink driving.

Tough time: The documentary shows that Harvey's adjustment to life at residential college won't be easy, given his close relationship with mum Katie

Tough time: The documentary shows that Harvey’s adjustment to life at residential college won’t be easy, given his close relationship with mum Katie

Magistrates said they were unable to send her to prison as she had completed a stay at The Priory having agreed to attend the rehab centre on her first court appearance.

Price had flipped her BMW X5 while driving to see a friend near her Sussex home. It was her ninth driving offence.

She dodged a potential jail term in January after £7,300 fines she owed for driving offences were paid.  

Coming soon: The documentary's release comes despite reports in September that it had been 'axed' after Katie was arrested for drink-driving

Coming soon: The documentary’s release comes despite reports in September that it had been ‘axed’ after Katie was arrested for drink-driving

Katie was also scheduled to explain to a High Court judge last week her attempts to pay back £2.3million she owed after being declared bankrupt in 2019.

But the former model – who dodged a potential jail term last month after £7,300 fines she owed for driving offences were paid – today had her bankruptcy hearing postponed for a second time after agreeing an 11th-hour deal to pay back the money.

She will pay a ‘small contribution’ to reduce the amount owed to creditors and has agreed to a new regular payment plan.  

The reality star risked being sent to prison for contempt of court if she failed to appear at the hearing – which was due to be held remotely – without notifying the judge.  

Katie also slashed the cost of her Only Fans content by 50 per cent on Monday.

Fans had to pay £11-per-month to see her pictures when she joined the site last month. But she has now halved the price in an attempt to encourage more subscribers. 

Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next is coming soon to BBC One and BBC iPlayer. 

Release? Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next is coming soon to BBC One and BBC iPlayer

Release? Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next is coming soon to BBC One and BBC iPlayer

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