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Many people's eyes were opened up to Katie Price's life with her son Harvey in their documentary Katie Price: Harvey & Me and now the teenager has been offered a dream opportunity off of the back of it.
The 18-year-old, who told sister Bunny he loves her, was shown expressing his love for trains and was even seen making announcements at train stations in the documentary.
Now after watching the insightful look into Harvey's life, Network Rail have made Harvey's dream come true as they have invited him to make an announcement at a train station.
Media Relations Manager Tracy O'Brien told Metro: "We, Network Rail, would be happy to arrange for Harvey to make an announcement at one of the Network Rail managed stations when it is safe to do so."
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In one of the scenes, Katie, 42, took her son to a station so that he could take pictures of the passing trains as they went by.
He said: "May I have your attention please? This train is formed of 12 coaches. Platform four for the 11:34 South Western Railway service to Guildford."
Fans took to Twitter to share their views on the documentary and campaigned for Harvey to be allowed to make train announcements.
One fan said: "#harveyandme just melted my heart. The relationship between Harvey and Katie is the cutest!
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@SouthernRailUK should let Harvey do some train/station announcements, he'd love that bless him. So heartwarming."
"@Tfl needs to give Harvey Price some work experience maybe even a job. He is obsessed with trains and would be perfect @KatiePrice #harveyandme," a second Twitter user added.
A third follower agreed and said: "Petition for Harvey Price to record all of the TFL train announcements #HarveyandMe."
The documentary followed Katie and Harvey as they attempted to find a residential college which was best suited for him.
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After it aired on BBC One, the doting mum took to Twitter to thank her fans for all of the support.
Katie, who left her fans in tears, gushed: "I wanted to say thank you so much to @bbcone @Minnow_Films and the general public for all your support in the lead up to #HarveyandMe and the incredible feedback tonight.
"This has really been such an amazing journey for Harvey and myself, and I want to continue the conversation surrounding the difficulties that parents of children with complex needs face, and help parents going through a similar situation. Thank you all so much x."
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