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Katie Price shares heartbreak after deciding to put disabled son Harvey into care




has informed of her heartbreak after deciding it could finest for her disabled son if he went into full-time care.

The 18-year-old – who was born with a number of disabilities together with partial blindness, Prader-Willi syndrome and autism – is ready to maneuver right into a residential school later this yr.

Katie Price, 42, informed The Solar it was emotional to think about not seeing her son every single day and that the choice was very powerful.

However the mum-of-five mentioned it was the “smartest thing” for Harvey, whose dad is footballer Dwight Yorke, as it would assist to present him the abilities he wants to steer an impartial life sooner or later. She additionally hopes it would give him the possibility to make buddies.


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“It breaks my coronary heart,” she mentioned. “I don’t need him to suppose I’m simply eliminating him.” Katie Price went on: “It’s so upsetting to suppose I gained’t see him every single day however that is the most effective factor for and we now have to suppose positively as a result of I don’t need him to suppose I’m simply eliminating him.

That is his likelihood to dwell an impartial life, study abilities and socialise with folks apart from me.”


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Katie Price and have been viewing potential locations appropriate for the teenager and imagine they’ve discovered the suitable one in Gloucestershire.

Harvey is because of begin in September however Value mentioned she wasn’t completely certain approximately the beginning date due to the restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The star can also be mum to son Junior, 15 and daughter Princess, 13, from her former with Peter Andre, and son Jett seven, and daughter Bunny, six, together with her ex Kieran Hayler.



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