Katie Price shares heartwarming video of 'half asleep' Harvey roaring with laughter and fans love it

KATIE Price has shared a heartwarming video of her son Harvey and her fans are loving it.

The mum-of-five posted the video of her eldest child this morning as she wished followers a 'Happy Saturday'.

In the clip, the 16-year-old can be seen giggling into the camera as he lies on the sofa and Katie tickles his stomach.

"Happy Saturday:) Harvey half asleep in a great mood and a happy start to the weekend," she wrote alongside the clip.

The 40-year-old's friends and fans immediately began commenting on the post, with her close pal Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace leading the way as she praised the youngster.

She said: "Imagine waking up so happy every day… Harvey can teach a lot of people a lot of life hacks I'm telling ya."

While another said: "Oh I just love him. Katie, you really are doing an amazing job as a mother. Your children are lucky to have you"

A fourth confessed: "Harvey just brightened up my day the joy of him being happy makes me happy aswell"

Last month, Katie made the heartbreaking decision to put Harvey into residential care during the week as she struggled to look after him.

A source told new! Magazine: "He's about an hour's drive from Katie's house so it's not just like he's around the corner and that's a big deal for her.

"She's massively emotional about it. She's in pieces".

Harvey, who has Prader-Willi Syndrome, is partially sighted and also struggles with septo-optic dysplasia, which affects his growth.

Earlier this year Katie, who previously said she thought care homes were evil, revealed she was putting her son in care because he was like a “24 stone nightmare newborn”.

She said on This Morning: "He is now six foot two, 24 stone and he's still growing and he kicks off.

"I love him so much, he's my absolute life, but he's just hard work now.

"At his school they do boarding there. It's taken me ages to be convinced it is the best place.

"At least when he's at school, he can do Monday to Friday after school club, I can still go up there and tuck him into bed and have dinner with him. [It's] only Monday to Friday. Every weekend and holidays I will have him."

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