Katie Price has revealed her son Harvey has had his artwork displayed at Gatwick Airport.
The mum-of-five shared a sweet photo to Instagram on Wednesday showing herself, Harvey, her daughters Princess and Bunny and a staff member at the airport alongside Harvey’s painting.
In the picture, they are all seen giving a thumbs up as Harvey proudly stands next to his artwork.
Proud mum Katie captioned the post: “Harvey was so thrilled to have his drawing on the wall at Gatwick airport he absolutely loves the @gatwickexpress his favourite ever.
“Thank you for making him a happy boy xx.”
Fans gushed over the sweet photo and congratulated Harvey, 16.
One person said: “Well done Harvey!” while another wrote: “Amazing young man. Well Done Harvey!!!
A third commented: “The drawing is absolutely amazing. Well done Harvey.”
During Monday’s night episode of Katie’s reality show My Crazy Life, Harvey was told his drawings would be put on display at Gatwick Airport.
Harvey, who has Willi-Prader Syndrome and is autistic and partially blind, has a passion for drawing.
Katie told Harvey: “You know the drawings of the Gatwick Express you draw? They phoned mummy up and said they want to blow them up really big and put them at the airport for everyone to see.
“And every time anyone walks past it they are going to go ‘look it’s Harvey Price’s drawing’. What do you think?”
A beaming Harvey cheered “Yeah!” and bounced with happiness as he told the news to “Nanny” (Katie’s mum Amy) on the phone.
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Harvey told a proud Amy: “I drew the Gatwick express for the people at the airport.”
“We will arrange a day and go to Gatwick airport with your picture,” Katie added.
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