Due to currently enjoying a holiday in Thailand, Katie Price couldn’t be at her son Harvey’s big fashion show on Saturday, but that didn’t stop the proud mother from sending some love to the baby. his big from afar
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Katie Price was a super proud mom from afar on Saturday night, as she supported Harvey Price via social media.
The former glamor model, 43, took to Instagram to praise her eldest son as he launched a new fashion collection in London.
Currently on holiday in Thailand, Katie couldn’t be at the event, but that didn’t stop the mother-of-five from letting her first child know how proud she is.
The media personality is currently staying at the £108-a-night Meliá Koh Samui resort in the presidential suites – which features a work area, stretch beds and lounge.
After Harvey hit the runway for the charity fundraiser, mother Katie was quick to help her son with a number of supportive social media posts.
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“So proud of my Mr Price!” Katie wrote on Instagram Story from her luxury resort over the weekend.
In a post to her 2.7 million followers, the mother of 5 shared a post from an account called ‘Born Anxious’ who collaborated with Harvey on his latest fashion project that.
“Congratulation @officialmrharveyprice and every model participating today, we are so proud of you,” they wrote in the proud caption.
In recent weeks, Katie has used her massive online platform to promote a collaboration with a fashion label that promotes positivity and neurodiversity.
In the image, 19-year-old Harvey can be seen beaming down the catwalk in one of his designs – a black t-shirt with a yellow ‘H’ logo.
His aunt, Sophie Price, Katie’s sister, was among many to comment on his big moment – leaving a gallery of clapping emojis below the update.
Katie and Harvey – who are former footballer Dwight Yorker – recently appeared in a new BBC documentary, Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next.
Harvey is severely autistic, partially blind and has a rare complex genetic condition called Prader-Willi syndrome, and currently lives at National Star College in Cheltenham.
When the boy won the individual title at the National Diversity Awards last month, Katie proudly watched her eldest son accept his award to a standing ovation.
“I’m so glad he won the award. He was a credit to me and someone who could tell when he was born, with all of his complex needs,” she told Mirror after Harvey won Celebrity of the Year at the Anglican Church in Liverpool.
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“I raised him on my own and it doesn’t matter how many people love or hate me, they can’t erase the fact that I’m a good mother and I raised him really well.”
She continued: “He is a credit to me. He is my most policy [sic] childish, well behaved, wants nothing [sic]unconditional love – I love him. ”
Harvey has been nominated for – and won – awards for his documentary work and for supporting charities and initiatives like Mencap and the Anna Kennedy Online ‘Give Us A Break’ campaign.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/katie-price-supports-harvey-thailand-26453296 Katie Price supports Harvey from Thailand when he joins the fashion show on the catwalk