Harvey Price is delighted to discover that his artwork is to be displayed at Gatwick Airport.
The 16-year-old lad is shown jumping for joy in a clip of the upcoming episode of his mum Katie’s reality show My Crazy Life.
Harvey, who has Willi-Prader Syndrome and is autistic and partially blind, has a passion for drawing.
In the heartwarming clip, Katie tells 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.
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“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 cheers “Yeah!” and bounces with happiness as he relays the news to “Nanny” (Katie’s mum Amy) on the phone.
Harvey tells 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 adds.
Katie has shared Harvey’s love for Gatwick Express before on her social media.
On Harvey’s now deleted Instagram account, Katie had updated his followers with their journey on Gatwick Express to appear on Victoria Derbyshire back in February of this year.
During the interview on the BBC news show, Katie shared her concerns for Harvey’s future wellbeing, and that she is considering putting him in residential care.
“For the first time ever now I’m thinking he might have to go residential, Monday to Friday,” she told Victoria.
“He’s missing out on his education, he just wants to be with me all the time.
“It’s so hard. I’ve never had respite, I do it all myself. But I’m really having to think about it. I hate it because he’s my life. I’ve got to do what’s best for him, but it won’t be forever,” she said.
Harvey is Katie’s eldest of five children. His father is former footballer Dwight Yorke.
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