Katie Price’s son Harvey calls her a ‘d***head’ as she scolds him for swearing
Katie Price told her son Harvey Price "you have got to stop swearing" after he called her a "d***head".
The 42-year-old mother-of-five, who is currently trying for baby number six with her 8th fiancee Carl Woods, was called the name by her disabled son in her latest YouTube video which she uploaded to her channel.
Harvey, 18, quickly apologised after his mother told him off but then in a relatable fashion swore again moments later.
The next clip after he called his mum a "d***head" showed Harvey saying an understandable "for f***'s sake" after he was banned from hugging his terminally ill grandmother Amy.
After not being able to see her for months due to the coronavirus, it was a very emotional moment for the teen.
Harvey, who has Prader-Willi syndrome and is on the autistic spectrum, became frustrated after being told he couldn't go inside his nanny's house as she is isolating at the moment.
Instead, the pair sat in Amy's garden and chatted away through the open patio doors.
It comes as Harvey's beloved grandmother has suffered from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis for the past four years, despite leading a healthy lifestyle.
Since Amy’s condition makes her vulnerable she has been unable to see a heartbroken Katie or her grandchildren since October – until they met in her garden.
Katie says the 66-year-old refuses to give in the illness “without a fight”.
She has taken up choir to open her lungs more and still does cardio classes every morning despite needing oxygen.
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Speaking The Sunday Times Magazine Katie said: "She puts on a massive show of strength but her illness is slowing her down.”
"She has joined a choir to open up her lungs. She's not giving in without a fight.
"We've both got tough exteriors, neither of us show anyone what's going on inside. Because we know we're losing Mum, nothing goes unsaid. I know everything about her and she knows everything about me."
"I miss holding her and giving her a cuddle, but there's a lot of banter on our family Zooms too, because if we didn't muck about we'd never get through it. She knows that out of everyone, I'll be the one who cares for her at the end," Katie added.
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