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Harvey Price 'living in own three-bedroom house'

Harvey Price 'living in own three-bedroom house'
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Katie Price reveals that her disabled teen son Harvey Price has moved into his own three-bedroom house.

Katie Price has revealed that her son Harvey Price is now living in his own three-bedroom house across the road from her.

Earlier this month Katie revealed that the 18-year-old, who suffers from autism, will be moving into residential college care later this year in a bid to make him more independent.

Explaining his living arrangements until that point, she told Us Weekly: "I've got him his own little house at the minute. It's opposite where we live. It's got all cameras in it.

"There's a carer who's known him for seven years from school. He's got his own kitchen. It's a three-bedroom house, so that's the start of his independent living.

"I'm doing it slowly for him. Otherwise I don't want him to think I've just sent him away. It's transitional.

"He knows now he's [going to be] 19 he's going to a college. He's more excited about what his room's going to look like and if it's got a kitchen.

"He probably thinks I'm going to fill it up with lots of stuff which I won't be."

Harvey is also embarking upon a new fitness regime in an attempt to get his weight down from a peak of almost 29 stone.


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