Katie Price's fiancé Carl Woods reveals sweet drawing given to him by her son Harvey

KATIE Price's fiancé Carl Woods was thrilled after he received a sweet drawing by talented Harvey.

Harvey, 19, revealed his artistic flare by putting pen to paper to create a picture for Carl.


The 32-year-old was chuffed with the gift and took to social media to praise the teenager.

Sharing the drawing of a man with a spoon on the nose, Carl wrote: " I showed @officialmrharveyprice how to hang a spoon of the end of your nose at lunch.

"He then drew this wicked picture of me! What a dude #ribbit 🐸."

Carl's fans were impressed with Harvey's skills, with one writing: "What a talented young man, I'm amazed at how brilliant he is at art with his vision impairment, fantastic 👏👏👏well done Harvey 🤗."

Another posted: "He is a dude. Love him 💖."

A third added: "I love the pic well done Harvey but it’s also lovely to see positive lovely comments and no nasty negativity 🙌🏻👌🏻."

It comes after Katie Price has said that her son Harvey will "always need his mum" and will stay in a residential college until he's 25.

Harvey – who has severe autism, a rare complex genetic condition called Prader-Willi syndrome and is partially blind – is now a resident at the National Star College in Cheltenham.

Harvey has moved into the residential college so that he can gain his own independence and grow into a young man with the support he needs.

He will live there for the next six years.

During a recent chat with New Magazine, the former glamour model opened up about what the future holds for her son after college.

Katie said: "I hope like any mum with a child with a severe, complex disability, that Harvey will be able to live a full and independent life.

"But I know Harvey best and I know he will always need his mum. I will always encourage him to be independent and continue his journey in an environment I think he will thrive in.

"What happens next for Harvey is a decision myself and my family will need to discuss in time, but for now I'm just happy he's enjoying his time at National Star College."

The mum-of-five is so happy that her eldest has been given the opportunity to grow as a person.

Katie added: "Giving harvey this opportunity to live independently is both amazing and totally scary at the same time. I had to be prepared to let him go and to trust my instincts that he will be OK and this is the right thing for him

"It's a massive transition for us both.

"For me, Harvey will always be my baby. Harvey is my life and this is a new chapter of our life together, one where Harvey will find his independence and be helped to transition into a young man.

"Harvey is embracing every moment. He is loving it."

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The Sun Showbiz team?

Email [email protected] or call us direct on 02077824220 .

We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.

    Source: Read Full Article