Katie Price gushes she's 'so proud' of son Harvey's drawing as he prepares to go back to school

KATIE Price was bursting with pride as she shared a snap of eldest son Harvey's latest drawing.

The 18-year-old, who suffers from autism and Prader Willi syndrome, crayoned a silver Mercedes car travelling down the road, past a series of three houses.

Harvey had taken care to colour the sky a bright blue and even detailed himself and the driver inside the swanky vehicle.

In the caption, he wrote: "I’m excited to start back at school tomorrow.

"This is me with Rizz my driver in his silver Mercedes that I drew. ✏️✏️✏️"

Mum of five Katie uploaded the shot to her Instagram Stories and gushed: "So proud of my @officialmrharveyprice's drawing of going back to school tomorrow," followed by a pink Emoji love heart.

Meanwhile, The Sun Online has exclusively revealed Katie's heartbreak at sending Harvey back to school.

Harvey had spent weekdays at a specialist residential centre before lockdown forced him to return home full-time.

Now the school has reopened, Harvey will be reunited with his friends.

Katie told us: “I will miss Harvey so much. We have such a special bond.

“It's been like three back to back summer holidays. I think most mums like me are delighted to be handing the schooling back to the professionals.

“I have nothing but the upmost respect for teachers and the dedicated hours they put in."

The teenager's immanent return to school will be a help to Katie in some ways, as she struggles to adapt to life after fracturing both her feet in a horror accident in Turkey.

She is currently facing six months in plaster after undergoing emergency surgery in the UK, and is getting around with the help of a wheelchair and mobility scooter.

Harvey's excitement for the new term also comes after a difficult summer where he was rushed to hospital during sister Princess' birthday party.

A team of eight doctors looked after him for his 10-day stint in ICU, where his temperature soared to 42 degrees.


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