Katie Price has expressed her concern over her son Harvey, revealing that he has been calling her “crying all the time” following a recent hospital dash.
Harvey suffers from Prader-Willi Syndrome, autism and is partially blind, and was recently rushed into hospital due to ear problems.
And following this, Katie, 45, has revealed that Harvey, 21, who resides at National Star College in Gloucester, regularly calls her in tears to tell her he misses her.
Opening up during her podcast, The Katie Price Show, Katie explained: "I'm a bit concerned for him at the minute. He phones me crying all the time.
"'I love you, I miss you, I need your cuddles.’ For a 21-year-old, he's always going to be my baby. He does come home; I do see him."
She continued: "I've just had a challenging year, you know as well as what is going on with the other kids. But the kids are my life, my priority, they are my number one. I don't love them all any different, they just have different needs they need from me."
Earlier this month Harvey was rushed into hospital due to issues with his ear, which led to him having to have his ear syringed.
At the time, Katie shared that Harvey had called her in tears following the ordeal and that she had gone to visit him soon after. But it seems that the phone calls have continued since.
Katie's latest podcast comes after she opened up about her experience with trolling, revealing that she finds comments made about Harvey utterly heartbreaking.
Speaking exclusively to OK! at the press launch of her upcoming pantomime stint Sleeping Beauty, Katie told us she's still "fighting for him" everyday.
"I’ve been working on Harvey’s Law – about finding ways to track trolls – and that’s still in the Houses of Parliament," she explained. "I just think it’s really important for it to be clear at what level things are taken too far. Trolling should be a criminal offence."
Katie launched a petition in 2017 to make online abuse an offence after her disabled son was subjected to hateful comments online.
After launching Harvey's Law, the former TV star received a huge wave of support from the public, later appearing the Commons Petitions Committee with her mother, Amy Price, where she said: "Online is the future, and I just think there needs to be more security checks."
Katie later hit a wall when it became apparent that online trolls couldn't be properly charged with criminal behaviour, but she is still calling for online abuse to be made a specific offence. She also wants a register of offenders to be documented.
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