Katie Price’s son Harvey will start filming second BBC documentary this summer as he moves out for residential college

KATIE Price and her son Harvey are set to release a second BBC documentary as the teen moves out for residential college.

The 42-year-old reality star was praised by fans this week for Harvey and Me, which documents Katie's search for a specialist residential for her son.

During the brutally honest episode, Katie shared her heartbreak as she explained that Harvey will smash her house up due to his conditions.

It also followed the pair as they attended opening visits for specialist homes for Harvey in the future.

And now The Sun Online can reveal the pair will be back, as they begin filming on the next stages of Harvey's journey.

An insider told us: "Katie has agreed to a second installment ,which will follow Harvey's journey as he starts residential college.

"They're already in talks about what they'll film and plan to start in summer."

Meanwhile, Katie's representative confirmed: "I can say with confidence there will be a part two of this wonderful documentary.

"Katie has been inundated with requests for a follow up to cover the next steps in Harvey's transition."

Katie hinted at a potential second documentary in her YouTube video last night.

Speaking to Harvey in the clip, she said: "Do you want to film a part two when everyone actually watches you go to your college?"

Harvey replied: "Oh yeah."

The 18-year-old is set to move into a specialist residental college next September.

Until then, Harvey is living in a new three-bedroom house.

Speaking in her latest YouTube video, Katie explained: "I've got this house for Harvey.

"A three bedroom house for what he needs and for all of his stuff. I've been doing it up for him before he goes to residential to get him used to the transition.

"And yes he's already made some holes in the walls and stuff. I keep plastering and trying to stay on top of everything to make it a nice home for him."

Katie previously told how the house is rigged with cameras so she can keep an eye on the teen.

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