Famous English model, business woman, author and designer, Katie Price gained great fame for her performance in the third series of I’m A Celebrity. During this tenure, she first married to Peter Andre, but the couple divorced later on. Since then, Katie married three times and has five children. She has been caring her eldest son Harvey so much who was born with a rare genetic problem. But now she has decided to send her son to a residential care home for better physical and mental growth.

Katie Price Plans to Put Son Harvey in Full-Time Care
After searching for a long time for the institutions of special children, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Star College has been selected which is situated in Cheltenham, Gloucs. In this college, people from 16 to 25 with complex disabilities are taught. Katie has applied for Harvey’s admission in this institution. The college charges up to £350,000 for full time care.
Harvey will live at National Star College till the age of 25. The mother’s ambition is to provide her son due care and help to enable him to survive better. Under the supervision of special trainers, Harvey will learn swimming. The college provides luxurious environment to the residents to excess social closure with other people. Further, all kinds of therapies are provided to the people according to their deficiencies.
Harvey Price is facing the problem of low-sightedness, autism and Prader-Willi syndrome. Due to all these problems, he is always feeling hungry and gaining weight that has definitely impacted his education. The problem of autism may lead him to physical dribble in a noisy surrounding. To avoid any unpleasant situation, the caring mother has decided to send her son to the college where he will get the best care and guidance.

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Harvey is not the only son of Katie. She has four more children. They are Junior Andre 15, Princess Andre 13, Jett Hayler 7 and Bunny Hayler 6. Katie has taken decision for the betterment of her child. But she is also upset for not seeing the child every day before her eyes.