Katie Price has revealed that eldest son Harvey has “smashed up his room” at his residential home.
The 19-year-old lives at the National Star residential college in Cheltenham.
However, mum-of-five Katie got a shock when she received her son had smashed up his TV, computer and lights in his room.
What did Katie Price say about what happened to Harvey?
Katie was speaking to OK! magazine about the incident.
And, on the contrary, she said she was not upset that Harvey had started to damage things because it meant he felt at home.
She said: “Also, I know for certain that Harvey is extremely settled because he’s now smashed things up.
“He’s smashed his computer and his keyboard up, he’s smashed his printer, his TV and even the lights in his room. He also lifted a table up to try and throw it at the window.
“I said to the staff at the college, ‘I’m so happy that he’s done all this because now I know he’s really settling in!'”
Katie went on to say the staff are now experiencing what she had to experience.
Katie and Harvey’s documentary won a legion of fans (Credit: BBC)
Why is Harvey living in special accommodation?
Harvey is partially blind, and suffers from autism and Prader-Willi syndrome as well.
He moved into the home after BBC One viewers saw them both in a documentary travel around the country trying to select the most suitable premises for Harvey to stay.
At National Star, Harvey can continue his education and receive specialist care.
He also receives independence from his mum, siblings and Katie’s fiancé Carl.
Katie says it’s “hard” now knowing that may not be able to drive down to see him for a “long time” after her car crash in October.
When was the last time Katie see Harvey?
However, Katie Price saw Harvey as recently as last week.
Along with Carl, she took Harvey some surprise, early gifts.
These include new baubles for his Christmas tree (a frog one, naturally).
There was also a light in the shape of The Snowman, which Harvey loved.
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