Katie Price and her son Harvey are said to be filming a second documentary as the teenager goes to boarding college.
The 42-year-old released the BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me on January 25, and was praised by celebrity friends and fans.
The previous glamor model was partly blind, autistic, and her son with Prader-Willi syndrome was seen taking him to the hospital while looking for a suitable place to move when he was 19 years old.
Now, the mother and son duo appear to be preparing to share a second short film that focuses on Harvey’s transition to residence.
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Sources told The Sun Online: “Katie agreed to a second installment to follow her journey as Harvey started boarding college.
“They are already talking about what they are filming and planning to start in the summer.”
Katie’s official added to the publication: “I’m sure the second part of this wonderful documentary will come out. Katie has been flooded with requests for follow-up to address the next steps in Harvey’s transformation.”
Confirm! online I approached Katie’s representative for further comments.
In a documentary that aired last week, Katie was told that her eldest with a disability could be split if she didn’t succeed in college.
The star spoke to her friend Anna Kennedy. She set up her own college when she couldn’t find anything to prepare for her autistic son.
Anna warned: “If the placement doesn’t work for Harvey, he doesn’t want to start affecting his mental health and well-being.
“Then he can harm himself or harm others.”
Katie said: “He does that when he’s anxious. It’s when he’s scared and worried.
Surprisingly, Anna suggested that Harvey could be classified under mental health laws if the behavior worsens.
“I don’t want to scare you, but if the deployment doesn’t work, local authorities can come in and force Harvey to take him if he feels dangerous to himself and others,” she added.
“He could be in the mental health department or in the evaluation and treatment department. Once in there, it’s really hard to get it out as separate. It’s really hard as a parent.”
In the program, Katie insisted that Harvey knows when she feels uncomfortable, so she can avoid it.
“This is bad,” he added. “It’s terrible to hear some stories about people who have been categorized. I can see they have similarities to Harv.”