Katie Price says Mucky Mansion is now ‘happy mansion’ after renovations


The three-part Channel 4 series, called Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion, followed the former glamor model as she overhauled several rooms in her dilapidated Essex home, which she shares with partner Carl Woods and her five children – Harvey, Junior, Princess, Jett and Bunny

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Katie Price gives fans a tour of Princess’s new room

Katie Price said her home is no longer a ‘Mucky Mansion’ after the success of her recent Channel 4 series.

The former glamor model was the focus of the three-part series, called Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion, and followed her efforts as she renovated several rooms in her dilapidated 14-room Essex property.

Katie, 43, shares the mansion with her partner Carl Woods, and four of her five children – Junior, Princess, Jett and Bunny, as eldest son Harvey is living in a residential college.

The show came to an end on Wednesday, and viewers were desperate to see more of the renovations, as only a third of the rooms in the former luxury home were decorated.

Katie took to her Instagram Stories over the weekend to share a screenshot of an article suggesting Mucky Mansion was going to be given the go-ahead for a second series because it was a hit with viewers.

Katie teased the prospect of a second series
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The former glamor model shared another video of Princess’s bedroom transformation
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“Katie Price fans demand Channel 4 confirms second series of Mucky Mansion,” the headline read.

“Would you really like me to do another series and see more rooms complete in my @katiepricemuckymansion – well, now it’s called happy mansion,” she joked, sharing a poll for her followers to vote in.

During the series, son Jett, 8, was lucky enough to have his room renovated, while Princess, 14, was also chosen to have her bedroom overhauled.

The kitchen has been totally transformed
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Katie also transformed her kitchen, and mum Amy, who is terminally ill with the lung condition idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, helped to decorate one of the rooms so her daughter could have something to remember her by when she died.

Viewers were desperate to see more rooms being renovated in Katie’s home, and took to Twitter to plead with Channel 4 bosses to give them another series.

“Gutted it’s finished hope they do another series! Want to see it complete,” one tweeted.

Katie’s Essex home is now repaired and looking stylish
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“I’m sad this is the last one of the series,” another added, as one agreed: “I’m so sad this is the last episode! I want more @Channel4.”

“Just love watching this Katie! Can’t believe there is only three episodes!!! Need more!” another wrote.

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Katie also shared a video of her exploring her eldest daughter’s bedroom following the makeover, and teased yet more transformations in her Essex abode.

“Swipe the videos would love your feedback on how I designed @officialprincess_andre bedroom or if you want to see more of it wait till you see what I’m doing to my bedroom @boyds_interiors are going to do me an insane bed,” Katie wrote .

Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion is available to watch on All4 now

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