Katie Price took pictures of her son Harvey calmly when she stepped out with her boyfriend Carl Woods after placing her son Harvey in a residential facility.
At 42, she grabbed the new gray French Bulldog Precious, presented by her Love Island star boyfriend, and carried a lovely rescue jerk named Carl Sid.
Former glamor model Katie wore a black and red Gucci sweatshirt to go out, wore a red fur gilet, and teamed up with beige shoes.
The blonde beauty adorned her face by styling her long mane straight, and adorned with makeup including foundation, eyeliner and mascara.
Before the pampered grooming session, Katie put Precious in her sportswear to keep the little puppy warm. The star also wore a blue face mask as she walked with the other half towards Waggy Tails in Felsted, Essex.
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Reality star Carl 31 could be seen wearing a simple white hoodie with black skinny pants and matching black sneakers, to see if Katie was okay with making a difficult decision to put her 18-year-old son Harvey in her mouth I looked back on full-time care.
Five mothers made a revelation on January 14th, explaining that the opportunity would allow Harvey to create an independent life.
The mother and son duo has been trying to find a suitable college for children with autism and learning disabilities over the past six months and is hoping that Harvey will be able to start at the best schools in September.
“I hate my appearance after getting a stone and a half,” but “decided to be healthy for pregnancy,” said Katie to The Sun. “It breaks my heart. I don’t want him to think I do. I just get rid of him.
“It’s so upset to think that I can’t see him every day, but this is the best thing for Harvey and I have to think positively because he doesn’t want me to think I’m just getting rid of him.
“It’s an opportunity to live independently, learn skills, and socialize with people outside of me.
“I’m trying to get used to he’s not always there, but he calls his iPad and says’Mom, I need you’ and I run to him.
“My heart will hurt because he can’t go there because he has to juggle with other kids when he’s three hours away,” explained Dotting’s mom.
“When he goes to college he will learn to be an adult. He now says,’Mom, I’m a man, not a boy.’
“The other kids love him. They want to see what he can do, but I think he’ll feel tough when he’s not around for the weekend.
“I have to learn to let go, but it’s hard. The person in my position knows how hard it is.
“We have an incredible bond. I don’t know how Harvey will react, how he will feel when I can’t reach him. It’s so painful to think,” Katie emotionally exposed.