Katie Price fans in tears as she shares ‘inspirational’ look at Harvey at NTAs
Katie Price fans have reacted to a clip of the reality star and her son Harvey as they attended the NTAs earlier this month.
The former glamour model shared a behind-the-scenes look at the ceremony at which they were both nominated for an award.
Katie uploaded the clip to her latest YouTube video where they both could be seen walking the red carpet at the O2 arena in London.
The 43-year-old appeared alongside her 19-year-old son as they posed for the cameras.
Katie and Harvey were nominated for the Best Authored Documentary category for their BBC piece titled Katie Price: Harvey and Me.
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Despite losing out on the gong to Kate Garraway for her powerful documentary called Finding Derek, fans were soon quick to react to Katie’s video.
During the video, Katie gifts her son noise-cancelling headphones to help block out loud noises from the crowd.
It then cuts to the pair inside the arena and when the documentary title is read out by presenter Davina McCall.
As their nomination is read out the crowd give Katie and Harvey a warm welcome before the mother-son duo shares a hug.
The video attracted plenty of views from fans with many commenting how emotional they were getting.
One viewer said: “I bawled my eyes out watching this. Harvey should be so, so, proud of himself. He’s an absolute inspiration and so is Katie. She’s a fantastic mum.”
Another commented: “Watching Harv grow up into an amazing young adult and even nominated for an NTA was just amazing.”
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“Katie makes me cry with how amazing she is with Harvey,” a third added.
A fourth praised Harvey: “Harvey’s documentary struck a chord with me. He’s such an inspirational young man who has overcome so much. He’s got a heart of gold and a sense of humour like no other. He deserves the world.”
This follows as a second documentary is on the way following praise for the BBC and Katie Price.
It will be called Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next where it will follow the reality star’s son over six months of his life.
In the follow-up documentary, it will see Harvey mark a milestone in adulthood as he turned 18 and starts college.
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