Katie Price has always been a proud mum to Harvey, 15, bringing him up the Pricey way and letting us see his development through her social media channels.
But our minds were blown when Katie posted an incredible video of Harvey to Instagram showing off a side of him we had no idea existed.
In the clip, which lasts for just under a minute, Harvey is seated at a piano, with Katie – off camera – encouraging him to play by saying: “Go on baby bear, make mummy so proud! And you play it without reading the music don’t you? You play it by ear don’t you?”
Harvey, who was born partially blind and suffers from Prader-Willi syndrome which has hindered his development, then explains that he’s going to play a song he learned at school, because he missed his mum.
His fingers then tickle the ivories in a gorgeous rendition of Bryan Adams’ “Heaven”, which Katie revealed was her favourite song.
Katie also comments that Harvey doesn’t read music – which would be difficult due to his issues with sight – but plays by ear, which is a skill many can’t master.
Katie and Harvey’s fans were beside themselves, with one writing on the post: “Beautiful boy” and more than one saying the video had brought them to tears.
Katie has revealed in the past that she fears for Harvey’s safety, after threats to kidnap him or otherwise extort her have been made in the past.
But all of that seemed a world away as the carefree child tinkled away on the piano.
The last time Katie checked in with an Instagram video, she was showing off her DIY skills at home – which are slightly less impressive than Harvey’s on the piano.
She posted a video of her putting a layer of oil onto her kitchen floor, via a lengthy stop-motion process.
However, fans were bemused that she’d chosen to use a tiny brush instead of a roller, which would have taken her a fraction of the time.
It looks like a lot of fun in the Price household! With a nice new floor and musical accompaniments – plus apparent harmony right now between Katie and husband Kieran Hayler – things are going well for the Pricey. Long may it continue!