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Harvey Price sobs and begs Carl Woods to stop winding him up over carrot cake


Katie Price has shared on several occasions that her son Harvey Price’s favourite treat is carrot cake.

The former glamour model, 42, often allows the 18-year-old to enjoy his favourite gateau and on Tuesday the mother-of-five shared just how “protective” he is over the tasty cake if anyone else tries to eat it.

Taking to Instagram, to demonstrate just how much Harvey adores carrot cake, she uploaded a video where her boyfriend Carl Woods teased Harvey, who is autistic and partially blind, by joking that he was going to dive into the yummy snack.

In the footage, Carl’s hand can be seen grasping the boxed cake and rustling the packaging.

Harvey heard Carl, 31, messing about with the box and shouts out with his voice cracking: “No! No, don’t wind me up, Carl!”

Carl then apologises, as he adds: “Alright sorry!”



Katie Price and son Harvey
Katie Price has shared a clip of son Harvey getting “protective” over a boxed carrot cake

Proving just how annoyed Harvey is at knowing that his mum’s partner may get to the cake before him he then can be heard yelling: “Don’t f**king touch!”

Alongside the clip, Katie typed: “Harvey really makes me laugh and gets all protective over his carrot cake and his hearing is insane @carljwoods.”

Last month, Katie posted a sweet clip posted on Instagram, where Harvey could be seen asking former Love Island contestant Carl for a slice of cake before the family enjoyed a homemade curry for dinner.

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Harvey said: “Carl, I need a carrot cake before curry.”



Carl Woods
The clip showed Katie’s boyfriend Carl rustling the cake box



Harvey Price
Harvey could be heard telling Carl to leave the treat alone and to stop winding him up

Amused, Carl replied: “A carrot cake before curry? And who do you want to get you that?”

Cheeky Harvey confirmed, adding: “Yes please … you Carl.”

As well as learning difficulties and sight problems, Harvey suffers from a rare condition called Prader-Willi syndrome, which means he has a ravenous appetite 24/7.

His weight has soared to more than 29 stone, with the vulnerable teen having to wear size 7XL pyjamas.

However, thanks to Carl converting the garage of their home into a gym and whipping up some tasty and healthy dinners, he has started to shed a few pounds, and so far is believed to have lost half a stone.

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Katie Price and Carl Woods
Katie and Carl have been trying to get Harvey to eat more healthily but they allow him his favourite treat

Katie previously revealed that she has had to bolt the kitchen cupboards closed to stop her eldest child from rummaging through them at night looking for snacks.

At the moment, Harvey is living in a self-contained flat opposite the main family home as he prepares to fly the nest to a residential college in September – and The Pricey believes that this is also helping him drop the weight.

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She explained: “I think he’s actually lost weight because when he’s in the actual household…



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“He’s quite disruptive in the night because he goes in the cupboards and eats the food – that’s his Prader-Willi Syndrome.

“But in [Harvey’s new] house, I don’t put anything in the cupboards that he can get.

“So he can’t have a snack in the night because there’s nothing there for him to snack on! I think he has lost weight.”

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