KATIE PRICE is to find out that her “Mucky Mansion” has decreased in value by £1 million in a new TV series.

The Channel 4 series Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion will see the former glamour model renovate her 10-acre, 19-room property in Horsham.

The mum-of-five from Brighton is said to be horrified to learn in the show that the property is now worth less than what she purchased it for in 2014.

The Argus: The reality star will also be the subject of a documentary about trauma.The reality star will also be the subject of a documentary about trauma.

A source from the Channel 4 show told The Sun: “Katie new it was in a bad state, but when she found out it’s now worth less than a million – half its original value – while filming the new show, it was a real shock.

"She's going to do everything she can to get it back to its former glory and make it worth something again. It's a real disaster for her."

The show will follow Katie and her family as she attempts to put bad memories and traumatic events behind her and create a happy home.

The Argus: Katie Price at her sentencing at Crawley Magistrates’ Court in DecemberKatie Price at her sentencing at Crawley Magistrates’ Court in December

It is not without its difficulties, as first-look clips show Price at the top of a cherry picker, where she accidentally drops a chimney pot off the roof, knocking the guttering off the side of the house in the process.

Another clip shows her in a gardening centre with son Harvey where she buys artificial turf to be used as wallpaper for her son Jett’s bedroom.

Katie said: “My house has been called the Mucky Mansion in the past, but it’s not that any more, I’m making it a home.

“I’m getting my hands dirty and doing a lot of the work myself and, with the help of my amazing family and some brilliant friends, I’m putting the past behind me and rebuilding.

“My house is a bit like my life, it’s being put back together like I’m being put back together.”

The 43-year-old bought the 11-bedroom pile from former Tory minister Francis Maude in 2014.

Katie, who was recently spared jail for drink-driving, will also been the subject of a one-off documentary, Katie Price: Trauma And Me, which will explore her struggles with her mental health.

The reality star, who was handed a 16-week suspended sentence in December for drink-driving while she was disqualified and did not have insurance, has suggested “traumatic events” led to her car crash.

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