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Katie Price's fiancé Carl Woods has shared an adorable video of her eldest son, Harvey, asking people to vote for him as he's nominated for a National Television Award.
The 19 year old and his 43 year old mum starred in the BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey & Me in January, and are now nominated for a prestigious gong in the Authored Documentary category.
In the documentary, Harvey was seen visiting residential colleges as he prepared to move away from his mum, brothers Junior, 16, and Jett. eight, and sisters Princess, 14, and Bunny, seven.
Viewers were bowled over by the care Katie provides her firstborn, who was born with ADHD, autism, genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome, and septo-optic dysplasia, which causes blindness.
Carl has now shared the short clip of the teen asking fans for votes, as he's seen sweetly saying: "Harvey's a vote for NTA."
The former Love Island star wrote over the video, "Vote Harvey and Me please guys," adding a poll with both options being "Yes."
Katie announced in June that she is also turning the documentary into a book as she is penning the new autobiography Harvey and Me – A Mother's Love.
She said: "Life with Harvey has been a rollercoaster of emotions – from the day I held Harvey in my arms to this day I cannot begin to express the wonders of our incredible journey together. A mother son bond that goes beyond the everyday 'normal'."
"Harvey is a one in 100 million – I am blessed to have him in my life."
She continued: "Sharing our story I hope to bring love, encouragement and support. I want to educate parents and others, with a few good belly laughs, by giving an insight into what my world with Harvey is like behind closed doors.
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"I'll take you away from showbiz thrills and spills and into my home, into my life as a parent with a child of complex needs and disabilities.
"Harvey has taught me to be a better person, mother and to fight for what is right, for those especially who have until now not had a voice to be heard."
Katie will fight off fierce competition from fellow celebrities for their own documentaries, with Kate Garraway: Finding Derek, Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain's Children, Rob Burrow: My Year With MND and Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency making up the rest of the category.
Good Morning Britain host Kate, 54, revealed on Tuesday's episode of the breakfast show that she is hoping to take her ill husband to the ceremony next month.
She said: "I was just thinking, I was looking, is the ceremony on 9 September? I think it is, I was thinking wouldn't it be wonderful if Derek was well enough to come? Wouldn't it be wonderful?
"I was trying to work out the dates and see the logistics of how that might work."
She continued: "There's some brilliant people in the category who have made some fantastic documentaries, I don't think for a moment we'll win but it would just be so lovely for him to be there. I'll start planning how that might work."
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