Katie Price fans in tears as they praise her for being an ‘amazing mum’ to Harvey as emotional documentary airs

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Katie Price fans have been left in tears as they watched a touching documentary on her and her son Harvey.

The 42 year old model and her 18 year old son Harvey starred in the BBC doc, which looks at Katie making a decision for her son Harvey, 18, to attend a residential college, which aired on Monday 25 January.

As scenes showed Katie looking for advice from doctors and people who are also parents to teens with complex needs, fans admitted they were moved by Katie and Harvey’s bond.

One wrote: “15 mins in and am already gulping the tears back.”

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Another added: “The relationship between Katie price and Harvey… my heart what a beautiful mum”.

While a third said: “I have so much respect for you Katie, watching your documentary brings me to tears. Let the haters, hate! You are a fantastic mother and only want the best for all your babies. Take care of yourself and a big cuddle to Harvey”.

A fourth then said: “say what you want about Katie Price but she’s always been amazing with Harvey”.

In an emotional scene, which saw Harvey looking at a potential college for her teenage son, Harvey became distressed as he was worried the doors would slam.

Katie, who recently revealed Harvey once smashed a car windscreen and tried to attack a driver, made the decision to cut the college visit short.

Mum of five Katie said: “That was overwhelming for him.”

When asked why he doesn’t like the sound of doors slamming, Harvey explained: “Makes me scared.”

He was then asked if the noise was “very loud” to which he said: “Yes.”

Later, in a chat with a friend Anna Kennedy, who set up her own college when she couldn't find provisions for her autistic sons, Katie revealed Harvey harms himself if she isn’t around.

In the conversation Anna warned: “If the placement doesn't work for Harvey you don't want it to start effecting his mental health, his wellbeing. Then he might start self-harming or harming others.”

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Katie then revealed: “He does that when he gets anxiety. He's got scars, it's when he gets worried.”

Alarmingly, Anna then suggested Harvey could be sectioned under the Mental Health Act if his behaviour gets worse.

“Not that I want to scare you, but if the placement doesn't work the local authority can come in and forcibly take Harvey away if they feel he is a risk to himself and others,” she added.

“He could end up in a mental health unit or an assessment and treatment unit. Once they've gone in there it's really difficult to get them out as they've been sectioned. As a parent it's really difficult.”

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