KATIE Price’s son Harvey has become an ambassador for a new railway service.

The 19-year-old has been named the diversity and inclusion ambassador for Lumo – a newly launched train service due to run between London and Edinburgh.

Harvey, who has Prader-Willi syndrome, revealed his love for trains during the BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me.

Following the shows success, Harvey was invited to make train announcements and has reportedly landed a new reality show documenting his passion for trains.

Brighton-born former glamour model Katie Price gave birth to Harvey, her first child, in her home city in May 2002.

Harvey’s father is retired footballer Dwight Yorke.

Harvey’s new role as an ambassador will see him work alongside the company to encourage a better understanding of the challenges of rail travel for people with disabilities.

Lumo managing director Helen Wylde said: “Harvey's passion for trains is wonderful. We love his energy and enthusiasm.

“We are also deeply committed to improving the passenger experience for people with disabilities, which is a serious endeavour that requires our industry's attention, too.

“Introducing a single class throughout our trains was just one way to show that everyone should be able to enjoy the same high-quality experience. But we don't want it to stop there.

“We will work closely with Harvey to ensure that we are as inclusive as possible in future. I'm sure there is work to be done, but if we succeed, everyone will feel the benefit of Harvey's input when they travel with Lumo.”

Reportedly launching on October 25, Lumo is a 100 per cent electric rail service.

Lumo will provide low-carbon, affordable long-distance travel for over 1 million passengers per year with single prices starting at just £14.90.

In the documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me, Harvey’s love of trains was evident to see as he and his friend Zack watched the trains come in and out of Waterloo station.

Harvey, who is on the autism spectrum and was born with disabilities including partial blindness and ADHD, recited a train announcement in a clip that has since gone viral.

“May I have your attention please? This train is formed of 12 coaches. Platform four for the 11:34 South Western Railway service to Guildford,” he said as he mimicked the train announcements.