Katie Price has unveiled son Harvey’s first clothing collection, as she showed fans the teen’s designs for T-shirts, joggers and hoodies.
The former glamour model, 42, took to Harvey’s Instagram account to share the frog-themed designs the 18-year-old had come up with, which will be available to buy shortly.
The Harvey collection consists of T-shirts, hoodies, shorts and jogging bottoms in a variety of colours, with Harvey’s name, initial and a hand-drawn frog design emblazoned on them.
Katie wrote on Harvey’s behalf: ‘Not long now till my new collection goes live….watch this space for more information…yeah baby ribbit ribbit.’
The items will be available through the label Born Anxious, which aims to raise awareness for autism while also being comfortable to wear and planet-friendly.
The brand also doesn’t have any labels within the clothing to make sure they are suitable for people with sensory difficulties who can struggle with the tags inside other clothing.
In her recent BBC documentary, Harvey & Me, Katie spoke about her plans to create a clothing range with Harvey, and his first collection for Born Anxious is already well under way.
It’s no surprise the range will feature Harvey’s own illustrations as the proud mum has regularly showed her followers what a talented artist Harvey has become.
She also wanted to showcase the hurdles she and Harvey have overcome in the documentary after the teen was born with Prader-Willi syndrome and septic-optic dysplasia leaving him partially blind.
Katie also documented the process of choosing a residential college for Harvey which would be able to cope with his complex needs now he is 18.
As well as continuing his education, the college will also help prepare Harvey to live a more independent life, and to help him transition, Katie has got him a three-bedroom house to live in with a carer until he moves to his new school.
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