Katie Price and her eldest son Harvey won so much praise for their BBC One documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me, and now ex-Peter Andre has taken the floor.
Five-year-old mom Katie, 42, stayed with Peter from 2005 to 2009 after meeting at I’m A Celebrity.
During their marriage they had two children, Princess and Junior.
However, during his time with Katie, Pete was also close to stepson Harvey.
What happened in the Katie Price and Harvey documentary?
The documentary – Katie Price: Harvey and Me – showed how Katie deals with Harvey’s range of disabilities.
The 18-year-old is on the autistic spectrum, partially blind and has Prader-Willi syndrome.
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In the touching film, Katie was also looking for a dorm for him.
Throughout the show, viewers were moved by the unshakable bond between mother and son.
What did Peter Andre say about the film?
The Sun newspaper’s official Instagram feed paid tribute to the show.
The post said: “She is a proud mother!
“Katie Price says Harvey will be a Network Rail train announcer. He impressed fans with his rail know-how in his BBC documentary with mom earlier this week.
We can’t wait to see what the future holds for Harvey! What do you think of the documentary?
“We can’t wait to see what the future holds for Harvey! What do you think of the documentary? “
It was then Peter, 47, answered.
He wrote, “He’s the best,” followed by two heart emojis.
Another ex-husband of Katie, Kieran Hayler, also commented on the documentary.
In his Instagram stories, Kieran shared a throwback picture.
In it, the two children he shares with Katie – Bunny and Jett – were seen walking hand in hand with Harvey.
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He said, “So proud of you @officialmrharveyprice.
“I love your bond with Jett and Bunny. Always been so strong. “
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