Katie Price’s son Harvey makes heartfelt request for her new man to be his daddy
Katie Price 's son Harvey has admitted he wants her new boyfriend Carl Woods to "be his daddy" in a heartwarming clip.
Harvey's biological dad is former Manchester United ace Dwight Yorke but he doesn't have a relationship with him.
The former glamour model filmed the 18-year-old, who suffers from Prader-Willi Syndrome, and he confessed he wanted Carl, who she got together with in April, to be his dad.
Katie asked: "Harv, what do you want mummy and c to do?" and he responded: "Be with mummy and Harvey and Carl… your daddy."
The mum-of-five then asked: "You want Carl to be your what?" and he sweetly replied "Harvey's daddy."
She then asks: "Do you? Do you love Carl that much?" and he quicky fired back: "Yes mum."
"You're so cute," Katie said and he jokingly Harvey responded: "I know, tell me about it".
In July Katie accused Dwight of failing to reach out after Harvey was rushed to hospital.
Harvey who is autistic and partially blind – was taken into intensive care after suffering severe chest pains and a spiked temperature.
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He had been struggling to breathe, and there were reports he could be at risk of organ failure.
Dwight – who Harvey hasn't seen since he was a toddler – hadn't given her a call, she alleged.
She claimed that Dwight should feel compelled to reach out "as a human being with feelings".
Speaking with New magazine, the former glamour model said: "Whether you want to be in your son's life or not, you still created him and he's still your son.
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"If you know your son is in intensive care and there's a chance he could die, as a human being with feelings you should get in contact."
And she claimed that Dwight should feel compelled to reach out "as a human being with feelings".
Katie is recovering at home after breaking both feet in a horror accident in Turkey last month.
Daily Star Online has contacted Dwight Yorke's representatives for comment.
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