Plus: a Euphoria special. Price talks candidly about a topic that has mostly stayed off limits throughout her two-decade TV career: raising her son Harvey, who lives with rare conditions including septo-optic dysplasia. As Harvey turns 18, Price explores the options for his adulthood and his chances of independence. She meets the mother of one of his friends, Jeanette, who recounts how her disabled child is now thriving at college, while another, Isabelle, details how her autistic son Matthew was sectioned at
Katie Price: Harvey and Me charts the difficulties the pair face as he enters adulthood - including crucial decisions over long-term care. Price previously told the BBC the decision to move Harvey to a specialist college was "terrifying". In its five-star review, The Times said the documentary showed "hidden depths". The paper's TV critic Carol Midgley said it portrayed the "ferocity of maternal love" and presented Price in a "new, more meaningful light". In contrast to her public persona as a former glamour model, she was "just a mother fighting for a son whose special needs are so complex", Midgley wrote. Sense, a charity which supports families dealing with complex disabilities, said it had been contacted by "many" parents in a similar position since the broadcast. The charity's chief executive Richard Kramer said: "The programme was incredible because as well as highlighting the issues that parents of children with complex disabilities face, it also showed its joyous and rewarding moments.
A deeply personal film following Katie Price and her disabled son Harvey in a crucial year of his life, as he turns 18 and becomes an adult. A deeply personal film about Katie Price and her disabled son Harvey in a crucial year of his life, as he turns 18 and becomes an adult. Now Harvey and Katie must navigate this transition together, and Katie has some tough decisions to make on Harvey's behalf - such as where he will live and what his future will look like - and in doing so she must also learn to let go. Harvey was born with septic optic dysplasia, a rare disorder that affects brain function, hormones and vision, and affects one in 10, births.
Price initially gained recognition in for her glamour modelling work with frequent appearances on Page 3 in British tabloids The Sun and The Daily Star , credited as Jordan. In , she appeared on the third series of I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! Price returned to I'm a Celebrity Price has also released six autobiographical books, eleven novels, one fashion book, and two series of children's books.