Katie Price's fly-on-the-wall reality series My Crazy Life has ended after more than a decade of cameras documenting her daily life.
The former glamour model was first followed by ITV2 for the series Katie in 2009, before she switched allegiances to Sky Living a couple of years later.
Since 2017 her series has aired on the lifestyle channel Quest Red but it has not been renewed for a new run amid a very tumultuous few years for Price, who has battled drug addiction, been declared bankrupt and seen her mother tragically diagnosed with a terminal illness.
A source told The Sun that the decision to end the show belonged to Price, explaining: "She wanted a break from intense reality for personal reasons after coming out of the Priory.
"She made a choice to step away and focus on new projects with her new dynamic team around her. Katie's YouTube channel is her soul creative and she is currently filming [a] BBC documentary about [her son] Harvey."
A spokesperson for Quest Red confirmed: "We thank Katie for a great creative partnership over the last few years."