Katie Price couldn’t help but swoon as her children Harvey and Bunny shared a warm cuddle for a family photo.
Viewers of the reality star’s BBC documentary, Katie Price: Harvey and Me, were won over by Harvey and Bunny’s sweet sibling relationship last week.
It seems the pair really are besties as Harvey is seen planting a huge kiss on Bunny’s cheek in Katie’s latest Instagram, while the little one throws her arms around him and smiles widely for the camera.
‘Family love ❤️,’ Katie captioned the adorable image.
One follower commented: ‘Always loved Harv and Bunny is amazing with him what a lovely little Girl ?.’
‘These two ? sibling love ??,’ another said.
Katie’s well-received documentary aired last week and followed the former Loose Women presenter as she visited potential full time residential colleges for Harvey, who has autism, Prader-Willi syndrome and other complex needs.
During the film, Bunny, six, was often seen hanging out with Harvey, 18, including one scene where they watched Peppa Pig.
Katie’s youngest daughter, who she shares with ex-husband Kieran Hayler, was praised for her gentle and patient nature with Harvey and was often heard encouraging him with cheers like ‘good boy Harvey’.
Revealing what it’s like to live with Harvey, Bunny told producers: ‘He’s nice. Sometimes he does kick off.
‘He smashes stuff in the wall, like that crack over there.’
Katie, 42, has since made an appearance on Anna Kennedy’s All Things Autism podcast, where she discussed how her other children – Junior, 15, Princess, 13, and Jett, seven – cope with Harvey’s outbursts.
Princess said: ‘He’s very bad but we know how to handle him.. If he gets in a mood he will go for me. That’s how he is. He just likes the noise of crying,’ to which Katie replied: ‘He likes to hear Bunny cry. The kids have learned to just run.’
Fans will be able to get another glimpse into the Price household as Katie has confirmed there will be a second documentary to follow-up after the first earned four million views.
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