Katie Price confirms surprise news after ‘rock bottom’ year

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  • Katie Price has confirmed the surprise news that her reality TV show will be returning.

    After what has been a tough year for her, the TV personality, who recently revealed that she fears for her son’s life, has announced that her reality series, My Crazy Life, will return with a two-part special.

    As well as being diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder, which resulted in the former model checking in to rehab in September, Katie was also previously arrested on suspicion of drink driving and given only a few weeks to try and avoid bankruptcy.

    On the back of surviving this tough year, the former Celebrity Big Brother winner has said that she wants to show her side of the story through her TV programme.

    ‘Things have really hit rock bottom since the last series of My Crazy Life a few months ago,’ said Katie. ‘But the only way is up.

    ‘It’s time to get my life back on track and be the best mum in the world for my kids. I’m excited to get back to doing what I love and to tell my side of the story.’

    Katie, who has caused a lot of controversy among fans this past year, first for how she let her children Princess and Jett style their hair, and then for missing one of her daughter’s critical milestones and committing this faux pas with her friend’s newborn baby, reportedly asked estranged husband Kieran Hayler to take part in the show with her as well.

    After show bosses asked Katie to make this happen so that the series can show the reality of the family dynamics, Kieran confirmed that he will appear with his children Bunny and Jett.

    However, the 40-year-old’s ex-husband Peter Andre, with whom she appeared in the 2004 series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here, will not take part in the series, despite having had the pair’s children Junior and Princess, living with him since the summer.

    As well as focusing on the mum-of-five’s relationship with her family, the show will also follow her recovery from PTSD and how she plans to get her life back on track.

    Catch the first episode on Quest Red when it airs in November.