Katie Price talks about her ‘special relationship’ with son Harvey ahead of new BBC show

Amid all the chaos and drama of life on Katie Price’s roller coaster, which has been almost two decades, one thing has remained the same – her son, Harvey.

In the last two years alone, Katie has battled bankruptcy, was assaulted in her own home and had a drunk driving accident caused by other unspecified “horrific injuries”.

It all led to the former glamor model hitting rock bottom then having treatment at Priory last year.

At the same time as all that was going on, 19-year-old Harvey was preparing to leave home for a specialist college. That’s a lot to deal with, by anyone’s standards.

Mother Katie, 43, says the early September car crash was her fault, but caused by other people’s problems. “I am still dealing with trauma and nightmares,” she said on our Zoom call.

“What has happened to me over the past few months has been absolutely horrible, on three different occasions. That’s why I had to be hospitalized.”

Katie couldn’t elaborate on those “injuries” as they are a police matter – but feels the public would have treated her more kindly if they had known.

Katie Price says she fell in love with her son ‘accidentally’


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“When it came up, people would say, ‘F***, we shouldn’t be so harsh on her because we didn’t realize this was going on’.”

She is currently receiving regular professional help to prevent her from ever going into “self-destruct” mode again.

But she says: “Instead of trying to cope on my own, I see a therapist every week who helps me work things out.

“In terms of time, it took me 43 years. And I’m so much happier – no one commands me anymore, no one tries to control me. “

The atmosphere is positive for Harvey now in his second term.

They’ve been through a lot together



Katie also has TV shows in the works, along with new books and her recent breakout on the OnlyFans website. She is determined to make her new beginnings stick. “When you hit bottom and it’s not worth living… I’ll never let myself be in that situation again,” she said.

“This was my year – 22 is my lucky number – and although some people tried to destroy it, it didn’t happen.

“I am on a mission, no one will stand in the way of my success, my new life.”

Next week, a BBC documentary will show Harvey making a big move to the National Star in Cheltenham – a three-hour drive from their West Sussex home.

It is equipped to address his medical needs including autism, double vision dysplasia that leaves him partially blind, and the genetic condition Prader-Willi syndrome.

Harvey is now 19 years old


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The special mother-daughter bond shown in their previous BBC drama, when they were trying to decide on a college choice for Harvey, was further evidenced when Katie worried about the “gap” that his absence would have. will leave in her life. As she tickles, cuddles, and compliments him, ending his many sentences and vice versa, no one can deny Harvey’s mother is her world.

But just as he’s settling in and making new friends, the movie takes an unexpected turn when Katie goes into Priory.

Last month, she revealed that she had thoughts of suicide at the time. The thought of Harvey, 15-year-old Junior, 13-year-old Princess, 7-year-old Bunny, and 7-year-old Bunny pulled her back from the brink.

“I wanted to commit suicide. I planned it, I did everything,” Katie said. “But every time I did it, I thought, ‘I can’t, I’ve got kids, let’s do it on my own’.” Instead, she got into her car when she crossed the legal limit and was disqualified. .

She said Harvey ‘taught her patience’

In the film, Katie’s mother, Amy, who has end-stage lung disease, tearfully asks her daughter, “Can you imagine if something had happened in that accident? How do you think Harvey will cope? ”

During the treatment, Katie still gets to see her oldest child. “Just because you’re in the Priory, it doesn’t cut you off from everything,” she said.

Meanwhile, in college, Harvey had a good time whaling, making friends, baking, and going swimming.

Worried that she won’t like being surrounded by new people, Katie, who is said after the birth of her son will never walk or talk, is “proud” of how he’s settled in. life – and his skill with an iPad. “He was amazing about it,” she said. “I don’t know how he knows how to use everything on it – because I don’t.

Katie ‘needs to see Harvey as much as he needs to see her’



“The way he drew it, made music on the keyboard, transferred it to the iPad, found photos and created stories with music. He’s so smart. ”

Katie also learned many things from him. “He taught me patience – I’m not patient with other things but I’m with Harvey. He has matured me in a number of ways. ‘ She laughed, admitting: “I’m still crazy in other ways.” Speaking of her “unconditional love”, Katie admitted she couldn’t stop visiting him.

“All he ever knew was Mom. Mom is here for the weekends, cuddles, kisses, cakes, outings. So why should it change? I won’t let it. ”

In fact, Katie, who has recently had more plastic surgery, needs to see him as much as he needs to see her.

“It was great when I got there, getting away from everything,” she said. Katie shares her four other children with Peter Andre and Kieran Hayler. But for Harvey, whose father is former soccer player Dwight Yorke, it was just the two of them.

“No one can take that bond from us,” she said simply. “We’ll always have it, no matter what.”

  • Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next, BBC1, Monday, March 7, 9pm.

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