Harvey jumps for joy when he’s told his drawings will be displayed at Gatwick airport


KATIE Price’s son Harvey jumped for joy when he was told his drawings will be displayed at Gatwick airport in a heart-warming moment.

In a clip from My Crazy Life, the 40-year-old breaks the news to her disabled 16-year-old, that the airport has requested to display his pictures of the Gatwick Express.

She told him: “You know the drawings of the Gatwick Express you draw they phoned mummy up and said they want to blow them up really big and put them at the airport for everyone to see.

“And every time anyone walks past it they are going to go ‘look it’s Harvey Price’s drawing’. What do you think?”

Clearly delighted Harvey started jumping up and down, celebrating the news.

Katie, who was sitting with the kids’ nanny Lauryn Cook, then called her mum to tell her the news.

She asked Harvey: “Should we tell nanny, what do you think nanny is going to say?”

Mimicking his grandma, he said: “Oh good drawings. Look Gatwick Express, look at your picture at the airport!

The youngster, who is partially blind, autistic and has Prader-Willi syndrome, then tells his nan Amy: “I drew the Gatwick express for the people at the airport.”

Katie added: “We will arrange a day and go to Gatwick airport with your picture.”

Katie has four other children – Junior, 13, and Princess, 11, a Jett, five, and Bunny, four, but shares custody of them with first husband Peter Andre and Kieran Hayler.

Katie melted hearts recently when she videoed Harvey’s excited reaction as they rode on the Gatwick Express.

Earlier this year the former glamour model, who previously said she thought care homes were evil, revealed she was putting her son in care because he was like a “24 stone nightmare newborn”.

She said on This Morning: “He is now six foot two, 24 stone and he’s still growing and he kicks off.

“I love him so much, he’s my absolute life, but he’s just hard work now.

“At his school they do boarding there. It’s taken me ages to be convinced it is the best place.


At least when he’s at school, he can do Monday to Friday after school club, I can still go up there and tuck him into bed and have dinner with him.

“[It’s] only Monday to Friday. Every weekend and holidays I will have him.”