Katie Price’s son Harvey to become reality TV star exploring his passion for trainsMarch 20, 2021
KATIE Price’s son Harvey is to become a reality TV star — who gets to explore his passion for trains.
Partially-blind Harvey, 18, who has autism, has landed his own show with Zack, who is his best mate from childhood. It will see the pair pursue their passion for trains.
The pals stole the show when they were filmed talking about their shared love in BBC1 documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me.
The lads chatted about the locos arriving and departing London’s Waterloo station.
Katie, 42, and Zack’s mum sat nearby discussing the battles they faced trying to get their sons a good education.
The programme, shown in January, was a hit with fans who successfully campaigned for Harvey to have a go at announcing trains. Several rail firms offered Harvey tickets to go wherever he wanted with his pal.
The BBC are now in commission talks with production firm Minnow Films about the reality spin-off with the working title Harvey Price: The Adventures of Harvey and Zack.
A source said: “The plan is to follow the friends and film their experiences together.
“It will also raise awareness and give hope to kids with disabilities. It’s a positive and inclusive move. They get on really well together and enjoy being on camera.”
A spokeswoman for Katie said last night: “I can confirm that talks are underway for this exciting project with Harvey and Zack.”
Harvey, son of ex-footballer Dwight Yorke, is former glamour model Katie’s eldest child of five.
She had Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, with ex-husband Peter Andre and Jett, seven, and six-year-old Bunny, with Kieran Hayler.
She and new man Carl Woods, 32, are trying for a baby. She wants four more.
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