Say what you like about Katie Price, but the mum of five clearly adores all her kids.
And her relationship with eldest son, Harvey, is especially precious to observe.
The 17-year-old is partially blind, autistic and has Prader-Willi syndrome, so she is understandably protective of him.
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Katie is also encouraging and very proud of all his many achievements, despite the struggles he faces every day.
This weekend, Harvey competed in a talent event in Cornwall, called Autism's Got Talent.
He played When The Saints Go Marching In on the keyboard.
So so proud of Harvey playing the keyboard last night.
At one point, she got on stage with her son... and has shared a video of his performance.
She captioned the video: "So so proud of Harvey playing the keyboard last night ❤️❤️❤️."
Never one to miss the opportunity for a plug, she continued: "See more on my new show My Crazy Life on Quest Red coming soon."
Katie's fans praised her son's showmanship, with one saying: "OMG, I love this boy, you must be so proud of him."
Another wrote: "He is such a cherub... all down to you and your family."
A third posted: "That's excellent work, go Harvey!"
Harvey has been playing the keyboard since he was four and was inspired to audition after watching Autism's Got Talent earlier this year at The Mermaid Theatre in London.
The event was created by Anna Kennedy OBE, Autism Ambassador for Options Autism, who provide care and education to both children and adults with autism.
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