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Channel 4 are reportedly set to axe Katie Price's Mucky Mansion after two series, The Sun reports. A third series is yet to be commissioned by Channel 4.

Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion follows Katie and her family as they renovate the 10-acre property. Over three episodes, cameras capture Katie’s efforts to put bad memories and traumatic events behind her and create a happy home and sanctuary for her family.

From designing the perfect bedrooms for her children to overseeing a kitchen makeover and replacing chimney pots, viewers see Katie like never before, crafting, decorating and upcycling.

A source told The Sun: "A third series was always in the pipeline because the first set of shows did pretty well. Now it seems that the novelty value of seeing inside Katie’s house has worn off and the numbers haven’t been great for series two. It looks like the programme has now run its course – certainly on Channel 4 as the execs aren’t too keen on a third run at the show at the moment."

Viewers also see Katie as a mum, daughter and sister as well as hearing about her journey to mental healing as she discusses hitting rock bottom and accepting the need for help.

Katie Price's Mucky Mansion is available to stream now on Channel 4.


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