Former glamor model Katie Price shares eldest son Harvey with Dwight Yorke, Junior and Princess with ex-husband Peter Andre, Jett and Bunny with ex Kieran Hayler
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Katie Price has shared how she feels about raising children with ex-husband Peter Andre and Kieran Hayler.
The former glamor model is the mother of Harvey to Dwight Yorke, Junior and Princess to Peter Andre, 49, Jett and Bunny to Kieran Hayler, 34.
But the 43-year-old has been late to the headlines due to her fractured relationship with the father of her children Peter Andre and his new wife Emily MacDonagh, 32.
Earlier this year, Katie targeted Emily in a social media attack in which she labeled her “disgusting”.
She has now raised the bar on co-parenting with ex Peter and Kieran, in a new BBC documentary focusing on eldest son Harvey’s first term at university. boarding costs £350,000 a year.
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Reflecting on being away from the 19-year-old, Katie said it felt as if he had been “taken away” and then went on to compare it to raising her four other children together.
“Emotionally, you think he’s being taken away from you – like the other kids I share with their dad,” she said. “But it was always just me and Harv. So the emotion is like, ‘Oh my gosh, what am I going to do? Will Harvey think I just left him? ‘”
Katie’s son Harvey has been accepted to National Star residential college in Cheltenham, which the couple visited in the BBC documentary Harvey & Me.
The 43-year-old star previously admitted she would struggle with his three-hour commute, but university offers the opportunity to live more independently and with more skills.
Harvey, 19, is autistic and was born with rare double vision dysplasia. He has disabilities including partial blindness, ADHD, and Prader-Willi syndrome, which causes excessive cravings.
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Due to his disability, Katie was very nervous about the journey from home to university as he transitioned into adulthood.
He has been funded to live full-time at the university for three years, although his position will be reviewed annually by his local authority, after which a decision will be made on whether to continue. sponsor his position or not.
Elsewhere in the latest BBC documentary, Katie says: “For me, I’m proud of Harvey in so many ways.
“People have to remember I was told he wouldn’t walk, talk or do anything really and he did it all. He’s very challenging, as you know – he uses about 25 tablets a day and that’s just to keep him alive, keep him going and his behavior.
“So to let him go to college without me – because that’s all he knows – I’m really proud of how he’s adjusted so I’m not there.”
Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next airs Monday 7 March at 9pm on BBC One
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/katie-price-says-sharing-children-26352039 Katie Price says sharing the kids with their dad feels like they've been 'taken' away from her