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Katie Price’s son Harvey tells Richard Madeley ‘you look beautiful’ in sweet moment on Good Morning Britain

Harvey Price dished out the compliments to Richard Madeley on today’s Good Morning Britain in a touching moment.

Katie Price and her son joined the ITV daytime programme live from their home in Essex, where they discussed their BBC Three documentary Harvey And Me being nominated for a National Television Award at this year’s ceremony.

‘Richard, who’s on there Harv, last time you were on his show you were a baby,’ Katie explained.

‘What do you want to say to Richard?’ she asked Harvey.

‘Hi Richard,’ said Harvey. ‘You look beautiful.’

Richard laughed at Harvey’s sweet gesture, while Susanna Reid asked where her praise was.

‘What about Susanna?’ probed Katie.

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Harvey Price complimented Richard Madeley on today’s Good Morning Britain (Picture: ITV)

‘Do I look alright, Harvey?’ Susanna asked, prompting Harvey to also tell her she looks beautiful.

Viewers were in awe of Harvey and his interview, with many praising the mother and son on social media.

‘Loved this interview and loved Harvey,’ wrote one. ‘@KatiePrice you’re an amazing mum to him and he is besotted with you.’

Echoing a similar sentiment, another penned: ‘Aww he’s such a lovely boy actually brought tears to my eyes he’s such a gentle soul.’

Katie and Harvey’s appearance on Good Morning Britain comes just days after a man was cleared of mocking Harvey with the intention to offend while wearing blackface in a video shared online.

Harvey was diagnosed with rare genetic disorder septo-optic dysplasia when he was a child, which is a condition that affects eyesight, and also has Prader-Willi syndrome and autism.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

Credit: Original article published here.

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