Katie Price shows son Harvey hanging his washing up as he learns to be independent

Katie has a close bond with her eldest child
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Katie documented her journey to find Harvey a residential college
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In the snap, Harvey can be seen concentrating as he carefully places his washing on the clothes airer.

Katie’s fans heaped praise on the teenager in the comments, with one writing: “Excellent Harvey, so proud of you.”

“Fantastic work!” another wrote, as one fan added: “Beautiful Harvey, doing great, well done.”

“Good on you Harvey! Just like any young man his age!!! Well done!!” one wrote, as one follower commented: “Admirable move on your and his part. Motivated me to make some positive life skill changes on my end with my son. Spectacular momma you are.”

Proud mum Katie shared the sweet snap of Harvey in college
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“Ahhhh, I see you chose the best setting for him (I’ve been there many times in my line of work). Well done Harvey,” another added, acknowledging Katie and Harvey’s journey to find him the best residential college to cater for his needs.

Katie, who is also mum to Junior, 16, Princess, 13, Jett, seven, and six-year-old Bunny, spoke about Harvey’s health battles in her recent memoir, Harvey and Me, and said he will live at the college in Cheltenham for the next six years.

“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,” the former Page 3 pin-up wrote.

Katie said it feels 'weird' to not have Harvey living at home with her

“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,” Katie explained.

Harvey is supported by trained specialists at the award-winning college, which caters for people aged 16 to 25, and features a wide programme of activities, including aquatic therapy and drama.

Katie has admitted it's not easy for her to not see Harvey every day.

“I’ve been responsible for him all his life, and now it feels weird to have this freedom,” she wrote.