Katie Price reveals start date for second series of My Mucky Mansion | The Sun

KATIE Price has revealed the start date of the second series of her Channel 4 makeover programme.

The reality TV star is returning to screens with the next instalment of My Mucky Mansion.

Katie, 44, took to her Instagram stories as she revealed the launch date of the new season of her reality series.

She posted a glammed up picture of herself in a diamanté emblazoned pink hardhat and white scrubs.

She wrote: "Mucky Mansion Series 2 starts Tuesday 21st Feb 10pm on Channel 4. Who's excited?"

The series sees the former Loose Women pannellist attempt to renovate her 19-room £1.4m vandalised and uninhabitable mansion, into a liveable family home.

In 2020 the home fell into disrepair after it was completely ransacked by intruders who flooded it by leaving the taps running.

The ground floor ceiling collapsed from the flood – causing thousands of pounds of damage to her newly done-up kitchen.

This comes as Katie blasted police for allegedly swapping vile jokes about her disabled son Harvey.

Met officers are said to have shared "inappropriate and discriminatory" content relating to the 20-year-old in a WhatsApp group.

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Eight cops face a gross misconduct hearing in London next week over the accusations.

Former glamour model Price, 44, told her 2.6million followers: "It's disgusting.

"They need to be named, shamed and exposed [if proven true]."

The officers in question were allegedly members of a group chat that was used to post "discriminatory content attacking the protected characteristics of race, religion or belief, disability, sexual orientation and sex".

This included messages, memes and videos sent between 2016 and 2018, the Met’s Directorate of Professional Standards said.

If the reported behaviour is deemed gross misconduct, the officers face dismissal.

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