The former glamour model has been making the most of the cold weather and getting into the spirit of Christmas with her eldest son, Harvey Price
Katie Price has shared some adorable pictures of Harvey Price enjoying the frosty weather.
The mum-of-five took to Instagram on Saturday morning to share some festive snaps with her followers.
In the two images, a beaming Harvey, 19, can be seen donning multi-coloured Santa hat and clutching an iPad as he braces the snowy weather.
“Starting to look a lot like Christmas,” Katie captioned the post to her followers, tagging her eldest child in the upload.
Princess Andre – who Katie shares with ex-husband Peter Andre – was one of the many to comment on the cute Instagram post from her mum.
“ Awe love my little harv,” the teenager wrote about her big brother’s snowy day out.
“Aww bless him. Have a lovely weekend in the snow,” one fan added underneath the star’s latest social media update.
A third added: “He looks so happy, what a star he is.”
The sweet update comes just days after Katie gave her followers an insight into how he eldest child lives independently.
Harvey has severe autism, is partially blind and suffers from a rare complex genetic condition called Prader-Willi syndrome, and is currently living at the National Star College in Cheltenham.
On Wednesday, doting mum Katie took to Instagram to share sweet snap of her first-born, revealing to her followers he had been learning new skills since moving to the college.
In the image, teenager Harvey can be seen concentrating as he carefully places his washing on a clothes horse.
“Harvey learning his independent skills,” a proud Katie captioned the picture.
The former glamour model was swamped with messages from fans, wishing the teenager well and praising him for mastering new life skills.
“Excellent Harvey so proud of you,” one complimentary fan wrote under the star’s post.
In her new memoir, Harvey and Me, Katie opens up about her life and relationship with her son.
The touching new book also details the time a gang planned to force her car off the road and hold Harvey – whose father is footballer Dwight Yorke – ransom.
“He is so innocent, it breaks my heart that anyone would want to hurt him, but we’ve endured a lot together,” she wrote in a excerpt published in The Mirror.
“”The police had Intel a gang was planning to force me off the road and seize Harvey for a £1m ransom, they had been watching us and knew Harvey’s school. It was utterly terrifying.”
Katie also revealed a second threat saw Scotland Yard involved, with a warning a gang were planning to “grab Harvey” after “staging a car accident.”
Writing about the horrifying threats, she said: “Criminals target Harvey because they know how vulnerable he is.
Harvey needs his medication to survive. He wouldn’t be easy to kidnap now because he’s so big… but feeling unsafe in your own home is awful.”
She sadly added: “I still have that feeling of looking over my shoulder – I don’t think that will ever go away.”
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