Katie Price announces return of her reality show following fight in Parliament over online bullying

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  • Katie Price is giving fans another all access pass into her private life after announcing the return of her reality series, Katie Price: My Crazy Life.

    The former glamour model revealed that she has allowed TV cameras back into her home to shoot scenes that will see her care for her dying mother, Amy, who was diagnosed last year with Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, an incurable lung condition.

    Katie will also address her marriage split with husband Kieran Hayler following allegations of his serial cheating and their very public spats.

    The 39-year-old revealed her reality comeback after visiting Parliament on Tuesday, where she spoke to a select committee to urge them to make online abuse a specific criminal offence.

    ‘There’s always drama in the Pricey household and I think this year might well be the craziest yet so I had to do another series of ‘My Crazy Life’ with Quest Red,’ she said.

    ‘Taking on Parliament, helping my Mum, keeping the kids in check, and of course figuring out what is going on with Kieran – nothing is off limits and it will all be in the new show.’

    Meanwhile, Katie vowed to be the ‘voice’ for her son Harvey during her visit to Parliament after her campaign to make online trolling illegal was backed by MPs.

    Giving evidence with her mother Amy by her side, she described how trolls single Harvey, who is partially blind, autistic and has Prader-Willi syndrome, out and hurl racist abuse at him online.

    ‘They know he hasn’t got a voice back and they mock him more… I just think they find him an easy target – just to pick on,’ she told the Commons petitions committee.

    ‘But I’m his voice. I’m here and I am going to protect him.’

    The Petitions Committee is looking at the impact of online abuse – particularly on people with disabilities – and also examining whether the law needs to be changed, how to define online abuse and what support is given to victims.