It was made in collaboration with Brighton Victoria Handel School for four-year-olds
She is a dedicated look at the lives of a diverse family in Brighton, four-year-old Alice, mum Kate Ferdinand, dad Harry and her two siblings Colin and Charlie who came to fame on season two of Celebrity MasterChef.
The six-part series explores the life of a family who live full lives by adopting a special interest - from music to the hard work of dad Harry's first-aid charity - and his wife Kate has revealed she broke down in tears filming the show.
In an exclusive clip from the fourth and final episode, Kate exclusively tells MailOnline about the tough challenge of film a series while she and Harry juggle the careers of their young family.
Sleepless nights: Kate Ferdinand broke down in tears on Channel 4 series She and her family adopted a special interest in last week's episode of She
Kate admitted she was 'absolutely exhausted' filming the documentary of her and her family because they try to keep their schedules as flexible as possible for their little ones.
Going under the name Alice-Louise, she admitted she was 'a little bit stressed' filming the cameras during the tough section with the kids after her father Harry had come in a coma.
After she fell ill, Kate admitted that the pressure was crippling, fearing Harry would follow in the same path if he didn't stay strong.
Kate said: 'I was absolutely exhausted, I really was. He wasn't very well that day, obviously.
Hitting headlines: Harry and Kate's daughter Alice goes solo in the episode in which Kate invites Alice to the hospital to visit Harry who is suffering from a cardiac arrest
Holding their heads high: The six-part series explores the life of a family who live full lives by adopting a special interest - from music to the hard work of dad Harry's first-aid charity - and his wife Kate has revealed she broke down in tears filming the show
Wow factor: Kate revealed that she and her husband Harry break the week in between showing off the children's fun activities
Can't keep her hands off them: The children attend to whatever the whims have taken them to do during filming
'We knew all about it and we just kept going with it - we just couldn't stop filming.
'We had a week in between where we tried to keep everything pretty much the same and just trying to keep schedules flexible so that when Harry recovered, we could [film]. But that time was absolutely non-stop.'
The family have also welcomed daughter Emily into the fold and she was shown prepping with her siblings while on the reality show.
Proud father: Kate and Harry are both parents to four children - their four children all share the same interests - which they then display on a show
In showbiz: The family were always pictured together on all of their Channel 4 efforts
It was revealed the children often live in the spotlight - as Kate regularly attends the Summer Theatre Festival, which is run by Alice.
As the family's trip to the medical unit unfolded on screen, Kate told us that the children didn't realise their dad was in a coma until shortly after he came round.
She said: 'Before I left he said: "I'm going to the fun hospital, Alice-Louise". So we decided to make that the fun hospital because he said that when we left.'
Ahead of the final episode, the show will air at 8pm on Sunday before the finale shows the 'best ever' episode and will be the highest rated of the run.
The series was made in collaboration with Brighton Victoria Handel School for four-year-olds.