Katie was every inch the proud mum as son Harvey graduated (Pictures: Instagram)
Katie Price was filled with pride as her eldest son, Harvey, graduated.
The 19-year-old, who has autism and Prader-Willi Syndrome, is planning for the next stage in his life, and will be going to college soon.
Taking to Instagram, the mum-of-five couldn’t hide her delight at the teenager, sharing a sweet snap as he donned a graduation gown and threw his cap in the air.
‘Words cannot describe how proud I am of my son @officialmrharveyprice for his graduation he has come so far and further than any doctor or my family thought,’ she captioned the upload.
‘He is now 19 ready to go to college fir his next chapter in life , he makes me so proud and is a massive credit to myself knowing how well I’ve done bringing him up on my own [sic].’
Beside another snap of the graduate and his certificate, she added: ‘Harvey so happy with his certificate for graduating.
‘He is just so amazing my absolute life soul and joy.’
Right on cue, famous friends and fans flooded the post with support, with Nicola McLean penning: ‘Well done Harvey and well done you girl x.’
‘Congratulations, Harvey! The sky’s the limit!’ Cami Li enthused.
‘You have done an amazing job,’ a follower agreed. ‘He has come so far. Well done Harvey.’
‘Amazing Harvey, well done beautiful boy,’ an Instagram user replied.
‘Congratulations Harvey,’ one added. ‘And be proud Kate be proud xxx.’
Harvey has a lot to celebrate at the moment as he has also landed an exciting new TV opportunity following his latest documentary.
Not too shabby, eh?
In fact, he will soon head off on adventures with his best friend Zack, who both share a love of trains, for the new series based on transport.
Spilling the beans on the new opportunity to Community Living magazine, she said: ‘The BBC have offered Harvey and his friend Zack an eight-part series on trains and automobiles. There will be some gorgeous trains like the Bluebell Railway.
‘I am not interested in bloody trains. Me and Jaenette (Zac’s mum) will be sitting there having our tea and sandwiches saying, “what are we bloody doing here on a train station?”
‘But, as long as they are happy, that’s what matters.’
Well, we’ll definitely be tuning in.
Credit: Original article published here.