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Katie Price’s son Harvey smashes car window as he suffers hiccups: ‘Welcome to my bank holiday’


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Kate Price has revealed her son Harvey smashed the window of a car as he experienced a bout of hiccups.

The 42-year-old mum-of-five shared a video on Instagram of shattered tinted glass covering the ground as her eldest son sat in the backseat holding a mobile phone, with broken glass around the edges of the window frame.

Harvey, 18, was born with septo-optic dysplasia, Prader-Willi syndrome, autism and a learning disability.

‘This is because of hiccups,’ Katie can be heard saying in the video. ‘Why did you smash the window Harv? Look what you’ve done to the window.’

‘It’s naughty, isn’t it?’ Harvey replies. ‘Bad.’

‘Welcome to my bank holiday Monday,’ Katie captioned the video. ‘A normal day off. Harvey’s reaction to hiccups.’

Harvey smashed a car window as he suffered hiccups (Picture: Instagram)
Katie showed a video of the smashed window (Picture: Instagram)

Katie has been praised for raising awareness of her son’s condition, most recently in BBC One’s documentary Katie Price: Harvey And Me.

Charity Sense, which supports families dealing with complex disabilities, said it had been contacted by ‘many’ parents in a similar position to Price after the programme was broadcast.

Katie and Harvey starred in a documentary together earlier this year (Picture: BBC)

Katie has also appeared before MPs to discuss the internet trolling targeted at her son and is campaigning for a new law, which she has dubbed Harvey’s Law, to make online abuse a specific offence and to create a register of offenders.

Harvey was recently announced as an ambassador for the charity Mencap and is reported to have his own TV show in the works.

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