Katie Price says she uses fake weed to line Mucky Mansion in Channel 4 teaser

Katie Price is set to appear in a new Channel 4 series about giving her run-down home a much needed makeover.

In a teaser video, Katie, 43, is also seen smashing a chimney pot and knocking down gutters from her roof as she finds herself stranded to renovate her beloved 10-acre, 19-room home. .

Katie Price’s new show Mucky Mansion will follow Katie and her family as she tries to turn her home into a happy family home after a dramatic year in her personal life.

Fans know Katie’s huge Sussex house needs a lot of work to refresh, so the family project should be big as the mum-of-five is making sure her kids are involved.



Katie is shown choosing grass to use as wallpaper for her son’s bedroom

Harvey is seen at the garden center with his mother where she purchases artificial grass to use as wallpaper for her youngest son Jett’s bedroom.

Another clip shows Katie on top of a boom lift as she knocks down a gutter on the side of the house after accidentally knocking a chimney pot off the roof.

Katie said of the show, “My house used to be called the Mucky Mansion in the past, but it’s not like that anymore, I’m making a home out of it.



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Harvey helped his mom make the big decision in the teaser

“I get my hands dirty and do a lot of the work myself and, with the help of my amazing family and a few brilliant friends, I put the past behind me and rebuild.

“My house is a bit like my life, it is being reconstituted as if I was reconstituting myself.”

Clemency Green, Editor-in-Chief of Channel 4, said: “I am delighted to have commissioned Captive Minds Media’s first projects for Channel 4.



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Katie said she “likes to be creative”

“In Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion, we see another side of Katie and learn more about her battle with mental health, as well as her close connection to her family. It’s a fascinating viewing.”

Katie is also slated to appear in a one-off documentary called Katie Price: Trauma and Me, which will explore her mental health issues after her car crash.

Siege was given a 16-week suspended prison sentence for drunk driving and car accident in December when she was disqualified and uninsured, and has since said “traumatic events” led to the accident.

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