Katie Price shares sweet pic of son Harvey, 19, back at residential college saying 'he's still got his b****y iPad'

Katie Price shares sweet pic of son Harvey, 19, back at residential college saying 'he's still got his b****y iPad'


PROUD mum Katie Price has shared a sweet snap of her eldest son Harvey as he returned for another term at residential college.

The former glamour model took to Instagram with the photograph of the 19-year-old as he stood outside in the sunshine taking photos of the garden.

Katie, 43, gushed over her eldest son Harvey – who suffers from a number of disabilities including Prader-Willi Syndrome, blindness and autism.

She shared a sweet snap of the teen, who attends National Star residential college in Cheltenham, enjoying an "early morning walk" as part of his schooling.

The photo showed Harvey holding his beloved iPad – which he uses to take frequent pictures of the world around him – up close to his face.

He wore a set of headphones, as well as a matching two-piece shorts and hoodie set and white trainers as he enjoyed the winter sunshine on Friday morning.

"Love this picture of @officialharveyprice back at college starting his early morning walks," proud mum Katie wrote. "Still holding that b****y iPad."

It comes days after the mother-of-five told fans she was going "to miss" her son Harvey as she dropped him back off at his residential college.

Katie and Harvey, 19, were seen sitting side-by-side as they appeared live on video link on Good Morning Britain earlier in the day.

The mother-son duo looked to be comfortable at home for the interview, in which the former glamour model discussed her recent drink drive court case.

Taking to Instagram, Katie shared a behind-the-scenes photo of herself and Harvey as they got their glam on to be camera ready for GMB.

She captioned the post to her stories alongside a heart emoji: "So dropped Harvey back to college today and miss him already. He is so cute."

The media personality went on to share a photo of herself and Harvey ahead of their interview, seeing Harvey smile wide as he sat beside his mum.

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The disabled teen attends National Star residential college in Gloustershire – where he lives in his own university-style room during school term time.

On Monday, Katie wasted no time in making sure Harvey felt pampered before heading back to another term at school, taking him for a facial.

Harvey was also all glammed up for his TV appearance alongside his mum, who went live on air to discuss details of her drink driving smash and court win.

But fans were left disappointed and angry when Katie refused to go into the detail about the incident as she was quizzed by hosts Susanna Reid and Richard Bacon.

Admitting she was lucky to dodge spending Christmas behind bars, Katie said: "Things could have been different.

"The events leading up to it were really traumatic and it's still been traumatic afterwards, so I'm not ready to talk about it yet.

"What I can say is I went to The Priory and I've made the decision finally to see a therapist every week, and will do forever, to deal with the traumatic events that led me up to that car. 

"I'm very good at hiding things. When I'm ready to talk about it I will because there are reasons why I got in the car and why I was in that mental state."

Her silence infuriated viewers, with one saying: "Imagine getting her in the show to talk about her escape from prison, but she doesn’t want to talk about it but hey here’s my new book. The audacity of this thing on our screens is a joke."

Another added: "Wouldn't it be nice if we could just have one year without hearing Katie Price on TV! You're not ready to talk but have agreed an interview."

Instead Katie insisted "people shouldn't judge her" for rolling her car in a booze and cocaine-fuelled crash – and then escaping jail.

The 43-year-old said she feels "ashamed" about her actions and is now seeing a therapist every week.

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