Katie Price’s son Harvey lives a lifelong dream after hospital visit | The Sun

KATIE Price’s son Harvey was over the moon yesterday as he was given the chance to read out the announcements on the Gatwick Express.

The 20-year-old fulfilled his ‘dream’ while heading home from a hospital appointment – and proud mum Katie filmed the special moment.


Katie, 44, told her followers: “Harvey’s dream came true today doing a announcement on the @gatwickexpress going home after his hospital appointment.”

Her fans rushed to comment on his skills, with one person writing: “That boy is such a legend! Love him!! 😍”

A second said: “Oh my this has melted my heart. Well done Harvey this is absolutely wonderful ❤️❤️.”

While a third added: “Aw this is brilliant @katieprice what an experience for him!”

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Harvey’s drawings of the Gatwick Express are currently displayed at the airport.

The young man, who lives in a residential college, is well known for his love of trains and won over the nation with his trainspotting in his recent documentaries with mum Katie.

During the first hour-long show, viewers were left emotional as Harvey and his pal Zach discussed their love of trains at London's Waterloo station before they made their own train announcements.

Another scene showed Harvey overcome with emotion as he visited his local train station – a common day out for the teen and his mum.

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In light of the moving documentary, fans rallied behind Harvey's love of locomotives and targeted British train companies on social media, campaigning for him to voice a pre-recorded train announcement.

Harvey needs 24/7 care after he was born with a series of disabilities, including ADHD, autism, genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome and septo-optic dysplasia, which causes blindness.

Katie previously said he had landed a series about trains with the BBC, however it was never made.



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