Katie Price shared an adorable video of her son Harvey on Instagram.
Harvey Price turned 19 this week and Katie was busy helping him celebrate the special occasion.
Harvey, whose father is ex-soccer player Dwight Yorke, is disabled and lives with the genetic condition Prader-Willi syndrome.
What did Katie Price post on Instagram about son Harvey?
On Saturday, the former glamor model took to Instagram to post a picture of the teenager in front of a crowd.
In the adorable clip, Harvey wears a bright red tracksuit and has a pair of frog eyes on his head.
Then he sings to the track Tadow by Masego and FKJ, while an audience cheers: “Go on, Harvey.”
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Alongside the video, TV star Katie wrote, “Harvey loves to sing and looks cool in his @ bigclothing4u_.”
Katie regularly shares updates on how Harvey is doing, and fans don’t seem getting enough.
In a comment on the post one wrote: “What a treasure! Well done Harvey. “
In the meantime, a second replied: “Such a beautiful soul! Harvey brightens my day. “
A third added, “He’s so cute!”
Katie gave a glimpse into her daily life on the BBC documentary Harvey and Me earlier this year.
Katie’s oldest son is 19 years old
Katie took to Instagram earlier this week to wish Harvey a happy birthday.
She posted a selection of cute family pictures from the last few years and made a little video montage out of them.
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She wrote the heartwarming post: “Happy birthday to my absolute world, Harvey on his 19th birthday.
“No matter what situation I was in, he was there for me and kept me going, we’re a team that I love you so much, Harvey.”
Katie’s fiancé Carl Woods was Harvey’s big day too.
He labeled a section of the two holding hands: “Happy 19th birthday, buddy @officialmrharveyprice. See you soon for some [cake emoji]. ”
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