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Katie Price supports Harvey from Thailand as he walks runway in first fashion show

Due to currently enjoying a holiday in Thailand, Katie Price couldn’t be at son Harvey’s big fashion show on Saturday, but that didn’t stop the proud mum sending some love to her eldest child from afar

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Katie Price shows off ‘gorgeous’ Thailand hotel room

Katie Price was a super proud mum from later on Saturday night, as she supported Harvey Price as he walked the runway in his first fashion show.

The former glamor model, 43, took to Instagram to praise her eldest son, as he launched his new fashion collection in London without her by his side.

Currently holidaying in Thailand, Katie couldn’t physically be at the event, but that didn’t stop the mum-of-five telling her followers how proud she is of her first born.

The media personality is currently staying at the £108 a night Meliá Koh Samui resort in the presidential suite – which features a work area, sprawling bed and lounge – with fiance Carl Woods.

After Harvey took to the runway for the charity fundraiser, mum Katie was quick to big her son up with some supportive social media posts.

Katie Price was bursting with pride on Saturday


Katie Price/Instagram)

The mum-of-five supported Harvey’s business venture via her Instagram Stories

“So proud of my Mr Price!” Katie penned on an Instagram Story from her luxury resort over the weekend.

In the post to her 2.7million followers, the mum-of-five shared a post from an account called ‘Born Anxious’, who have been working with Harvey on his latest fashion venture.

“Congratulations to @officialmrharveyprice and every single model that took part today we are very proud of you,” they wrote within their proud caption.

Over recent weeks, Katie has been using her huge online platform to promote the collaboration with the fashion label that promotes positivity and neurodiversity.

Katie is currently enjoying a sunny break in Thailand

In the image, a beaming Harvey, 19, can be seen walking down a catwalk in one of his designs – a black T-shirt with a gold ‘H’ logo.

His aunt, Katie’s sister Sophie Price, was one of the many to comment on his big moment – leaving a collection of clapping-hands emojis underneath the update.

Katie and Harvey – whose is former footballer Dwight Yorker – recently featured in a new BBC documentary, Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next.

Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next aired earlier this month



Harvey has severe autism, is partially blind and suffers from a rare complex genetic condition called Prader-Willi syndrome, and is currently living at the National Star College in Cheltenham.

As the teenager won a solo honor at the National Diversity Awards last month, Katie watched on with pride as her eldest child collected his award to a rapturous applause.

“I’m so happy that he’s won an award. He’s a credit to me and who would have known when he was born, with all his complex needs,” she told the Mirror after Harvey won Celebrity of the Year at the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool.

Harvey and proud mum Katie at the National Diversity Awards in Liverpool


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“I brought him up on his own and it doesn’t matter how many people love or hate me, they can’t take away the fact I’m a good mum and I’ve brought him up well.”

She continued: “He’s a credit to me. He’s my most politest [sic] child, well-mannered, doesn’t want anything [sic]unconditional love – I love him.”

Harvey was nominated – and won – the award thanks to his documentary work and supporting charities and initiatives such as Mencap and the Anna Kennedy Online ‘Give Us A Break’ campaign.

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