Katie Price’s reality TV series My Crazy Life has been axed after 11 years.
The series, which follows the star’s life, loves, and family, has had three homes over the years starting on ITV in 2009.
It was later bought and moved to Sky Living in 2011, before settling on Quest Red in 2017.
During the course of the show, Katie has gone through marriages, children and divorces, with a no-holds-barred look at her life and well-being as she did so.
However, after dwindling ratings on the show and snapping up a BBC documentary with her 18-year-old son Harvey about his disabilities, Katie has decided to put the show to bed.
‘She wanted a break from intense reality for personal reasons after coming out of the Priory,’ a source told The Sun.
She made a choice to step away and focus on new projects with her new dynamic team around her.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted Quest Red for comment.
The new start comes after Katie went public with her new boyfriend Carl Woods last week.
In a YouTube video talking about their romance, Carl declared: ‘Anyone can make up lies if they want to, but we have everything of each other’s and we are completely and utterly open with it so it just cannot go wrong as far as I’m concerned.’
Katie added: ‘We’re not going to have anyone try and ruin us, make up stories, this and that, it’s not gonna happen. I love this man, he is my today, my future, my everything.’
The mum-of-five continued: ‘We’ve both been there, done it, worn the t-shirt, we’re at the stage in our lives where we know what we want out of love.’
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