KATIE Price revealed her son Harvey's adorable Christmas list to Santa with her Instagram followers today.
The 42-year-old read aloud the teen's festive wish list, which included colouring pens and a train, much to her social media fans delight.
Speaking off camera, the former glamour model opened his letter that had had "to Santa emblazoned" across it and said: "Now this is cute. Harvey's Christmas list that he's done.
"Let's have a look, he's written himself. This is what Harvey wants."
Reading out his letter, she said: "To Santa, I am being a good man. I love Christmas.
"I want an all aboard train toy that goes 'all aboard', colouring pens, Barney ABC DVD, Computer, Bullfrog Faces and Froggy Dave.
She concluded: "How cute is that?"
It wasn't just Katie who was enamoured by Harvey's heart warming festive wishlist from Santa but also her fans.
"Amazing – hope Father Christmas brings you everything you wish for Harvey x," a fan penned.
Another wrote: "My heart! 🥺He’s a beautiful young man".
The clip comes after Katie bravely opened up to The Sun about the 18-year-old's struggles with his excessive appetite caused by his genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome.
Within two months, disabled Harvey has piled on almost two stone and is now tipping the scales at 28st 7lb.
It became so bad that Katie was recently forced to beg fans for help in finding a treadmill and rowing machine in a desperate bid to get her son exercising during lockdown as he struggles to find clothes to fit him.
Katie wrote on Instagram: "My @officialmrharveyprice looking cool in his clothes from @abirdgclothing4u_ they even made T-shirts for Harvey about online trolls #harveyslaw.
"It’s so hard to find online shops or any shops that do sizes 7xl and trendy but this shop does."
Katie explained her agony over son Harvey after his weight soared to nearly 29st.
Disabled Harvey has a condition which makes him crave food and doctors have warned he is at serious risk of a heart attack if he does not lose weight urgently.
Mum-of-five Kate said: "He'll need to lose weight or he'll end up dead. I don’t want to lose him.
"It’s a cruel and horrible illness where he feels hungry all the time — and if he doesn’t get food he gets angry. It’s hard work.
"He'll smash things up if you say no. I’ve had to re-plaster my walls because he’ll bash holes in them with his head.
"It's not what he eats in the day, it’s what he eats when I don’t see him. I’ve tried hiding food but he’ll find it."
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