Katie Price ‘to appear on Celebrity Masterchef’ and is ‘excited for people to see different side to her’

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After the success of her BBC documentary with son Harvey, Katie Price is reportedly returning to our screens once again, and this time she'll be cooking up a storm on Celebrity Masterchef.

The mum-of-five, who was treated to flowers from boyfriend Carl on Valentine's Day, will be showing off her culinary talents and is said to have already started filming this week.

A source revealed to The Sun: "Katie's really excited for people to see a different side to her – she's actually a really good cook, and wants to show off her kitchen skills.

"She won't crumble under the pressure of cooking for Gregg Wallace and John Torode, because she has to cook for five fussy kids every night!"


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Katie's representatives declined to comment when OK! Online reached out to them.

The 42 year old appeared in her documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me on 25 January and was praised by fans and fellow celebrities for the special insight into her life.

The documentary saw Katie and her son Harvey, 18, attempt to find a residential college for him to move to as he finds his own independence.

Following the airing of the show, the reality star took to Twitter to thank her followers for all of the messages she's been sent.

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Alongside a black and white picture of herself and Harvey, she penned: "A message of thanks from us both…

"We have been overwhelmed by the amount of support Harvey, myself and my family have recieved since Harvey & Me aired last week.

"I have been inundated with emails and stories from parents in a similar situation to myself and Harvey.

"It's been a comfort to hear I'm not alone and that many of you are experiencing the same – my team and I will continue to read through your emails and will respond in due course, so please do bare with us."

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The television personality went on to share the importance of speaking out about special needs as well as online trolling.

Katie, who shared an adorable video of daughter Bunny singing, continued: "Auitism, online trolling and the period of transitioning that many of us… our young people are going through is something close to my heart, and I want to continue the conversation and support as many parents as possible. [sic]

"Thank you once again for all your continued support… end x," she concluded.

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