Harvey Price ‘excited’ as he returns to residential school after year at home

Businesswoman Katie Price has revealed her son Harvey has now returned to his residential school after spending a year with his family at their home.

Katie took to social media to share a snap of her and Harvey posing alongside one another as she shared the news that her son would be gaining his independence.

Harvey, 18, recently documented his journey of leaving the Price household as he approaches college, where he will live alone while receiving specialist care and support from members of staff.

Sharing the happy news, Katie, 42, placed her arm around Harvey who was smiling from ear-to-ear in the picture.

She captioned her post: "After a long year my baby bear @officialmrharveyprice has gone back to school and he was sooo excited.

"And if you love his T-shirt he has a range called Harvey's law from @uptheirclothing."

Last week, Harvey told his family that he was ecstatic at the thought of returning to school once the current lockdown restrictions had eased across England.

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In a video shared on Katie's official YouTube channel, the teen who lives with autism, partial blindness and Prader-Willi Syndrome said: "I'm so excited."

Moments after, ex-Page 3 girl Katie could be heard asking: "Are you excited to go back to residential?

"Do you know what they're doing when you go back? They're giving you a new bedroom, I think it's called a transitional room for when you're ready to go to college. What do you think?"

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Younger sister, Princess, 13, went on to say: "You can take the frog I got you for Christmas."

"Yeah Princess and Mummy, I'm so excited," exclaimed Harvey.

Katie has been forced to search for another school for Harvey after becoming concerned that the place she had her heart set on was too far away.

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Later this month, she will find out if her application for Harvey to attend the National Star College in Cheltenham has been successful but also faces the uncertainty as to whether she will be able to secure government funding to accommodate the £350,000 per year fees.

It's said that she has been searching across the UK for a suitable college for Harvey should she need to get to him quickly if there were to be an incident.

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