Katie Price has landed a new three-part documentary series training to become a paramedic.
As The Sun reports, the new show will see the former glamour model learn to become a volunteer emergency responder through intensive training.
It comes after the success of the candid documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me, which followed her mission to find Harvey a full-time residential college.
Katie has expressed wishes to become a paramedic before, and even signed up to a five-year course in 2019.
After her plans got waylaid in the years since, the new project will see her embark on a six day crash course in order to help on the front lines.
By the time her course is complete, the 42-year-old will be able to work with UK ambulance trusts and attend certain 999 response incidents.
A source said: ‘It’ll be along the lines of Emma Willis’s show, Delivering Babies, or Famous and Fighting Crime.
‘Katie will learn all the real life skills she needs and they won’t go easy on her because she’s a celebrity. It’s something Katie’s wanted to do for years and she’s really looking forward to filming next month.’
The new programme is being made with Little Gem Productions, although further information on the channel and release date has yet to be released.
Meanwhile, Katie’s son Harvey was recently released from hospital. The 18-year-old began to feel unwell hours after having the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab on Friday and was taken to hospital.
Thankfully he made a full recovery and Katie was soon back to bantering with him in a hilarious video.
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