A first-look trailer for new BBC documentary Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next shows the model and TV star's eldest son taking on his "biggest challenge yet".
The BBC One programme will follow up on the huge success of Katie Price: Harvey and Me, which showed the close bond between the mother and son and the tough decision she faced in whether to send him to residential college, by catching up with them to find out how Harvey's time at college is going.
In the just-released trailer for the documentary due to air in March, Katie asks the 19-year-old whether he is happy and he gives an enthusiastic "yes, Mum!".
A voiceover for the trailer says: "Follow Harvey as he starts college and takes on his biggest challenge yet".
However, there are also challenges for the family at home as the documentary is set to address Katie's drink-drive arrest from last year.
In scenes not shown in the trailer, Katie's family will be seen supporting her in the aftermath of her arrest over driving while intoxicated and disqualified, which led to her crashing her car.
BBC programme information for the documentary reads: "Katie’s Mum, Amy, asks her a difficult question – what would happen to Harvey if something had happened to you?"
She has since admitted that she hit "rock bottom" at the time of the crash and has committed to attending weekly therapy sessions for the rest of her life.
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Katie will also discuss the void that has been left in her life by Harvey's move to college, the guilt that she feels at having freedom to spend more time on herself, and her fears of separation from her eldest child.
But the documentary is also an uplifting look at Harvey's first term at the National Star college and the incredible work that staff do to help disabled young people at the college meet their goals, as well as the new friendships he forms.
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