Katie Price fans shed tears as they watch a touching documentary about her and her son Harvey.
The 42-year-old model and her 18-year-old son Harvey appeared on a BBC doc watching Katie, her son Harvey, 18, decide to enter the dorm, which aired on Monday, January 25th.
Fans admitted that the bond between Katie and Harvey was impressed as the scene showed Katie asking for advice from teenagers with complex needs who were also doctors and parents.
One wrote: “For fifteen minutes I have already been crying.”
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Another addition: “Kati Price and Harvey’s relationship… My heart is a beautiful mom”.
One-third said, “I have so much respect for Katie that it makes me cry when I watch the documentary. I hate people who don’t like it! You are a fantastic mother and you only want the best for every baby. Please give yourself and Harvey a big hug.”
The fourth said, “You say what you want about Katie Price, but she’s always amazing with Harvey.”
In the emotional scene of seeing Harvey see a potential college for his teenage son, Harvey suffered anxiety about the door slamming.
Katie, who recently revealed that Harvey was once attempting to break the windshield and attack the driver, decided to shorten college visits.
“It was overwhelming for him,” said her mother out of five Katie.
When asked why he didn’t like the sound of bumping the door, Harvey explained, “It scares me.”
Then he was asked if the noise was “very loud” and said “yes”.
Later in a conversation with his college-founder, Anna Kennedy, when he couldn’t find any preparations for his autistic son, Katie revealed that if Harvey isn’t around, he’s self-harm.
In the conversation, Anna warned: “If the placement didn’t work for Harvey, he wouldn’t want to affect his mental health and well-being. Then he can hurt himself or hurt others.”
Katie said: “He does that when he gets nervous. He has scars and it’s time to worry.”
Surprisingly, Anna suggested that Harvey could be classified under mental health laws if the behavior worsens.
“I don’t want to scare you, but if the deployment doesn’t work, local authorities can come in and force Harvey if he feels dangerous to himself and others,” she added.
“He can end up in the mental health department or the evaluation and treatment department. Once they get in there it’s really hard to get them out when they are divided into sections. It’s really difficult as a parent.”