Katie Price’s disabled son Harvey launching his own YouTube channel Harvey’s Place from lockdown – The Sun

KATIE Price’s disabled son Harvey is launching his own YouTube channel from lockdown.

The The 41-year-old recently returned to YouTube herself with a hilarious makeup tutorial and now The Sun Online can exclusively reveal that Harvey is going to launch his own channel called Harvey's Place.

The mum-of-five is in talks with Ed Fuller at Proseeders – the influencer marketing agency behind her return to the channel.

They have also worked with the likes of Harry Redknapp, Hollywood star Nick Frost and music stars including Jay Z, Ed Sheeran, Michael Buble, Tinie Tempah, Little Mix and many more.

Insiders say the channel will see Harvey, 17, showing off his keyboard skills and his natural banter with his mum

A source tells The Sun Online: "They're thinking of calling it Harvey's Place but the name could change down the line."

Katie adds: "I was told Harvey would never be able to do anything, walk – talk  – see because of his illnesses, Harvey never ceases to amaze me – nothing holds Harvey back."

Harvey is on the Autism spectrum, a lifelong developmental condition that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others.

He is also partially blind and has Prader-Willi syndrome.

Katie has given fans a glimpse of her life in lockdown with Harvey after she brought him home residential care, so that she could take care of him during the coronavirus pandemic.

Over the weekend the star shared a fun video of Harvey dancing to support Autism Dance Day.

Katie melted hearts with the sweet clip of Harvey spinning around and bopping on the spot in their huge living room at home, as he took part in the Autism's Got Talent event.

Harvey is the apple of his mum's eye and the pair are extremely close.

She shared her videos on her Instagram story and captioned them: "So proud of my Harvey bear showing his support for Autism Dance Day."

Katie told Channel 5 news: "Dance For Autism means a lot to me, it's good for your mental health. I know when Harvey gets up and dances it wakes him up and puts a smile on his face.

"Otherwise he'll just sit and draw or go on his iPad. So he gets up and dances, why not, it puts a smile on his face."

Katie has become his full-time carer again during the imposed lockdown while her four other children stay with their dads.

The star has kids Junior, 14, and Princess, 12, with Peter Andre, and Jett, six, and Bunny, five, with Kieran Hayler.

Katie has been vocal about the difficulty of taking care of Harvey alone and her fears for his future.

She has previously said she fears 17-year-old Harvey could die from diabetes after he recently tipped the scales at 22 stone.

As his condition makes Harvey constantly feel hungry, Katie said “at the moment we are really trying to sort out his health.”

The former glamour model make the shocking revelation while filming her reality series My Crazy Life.

She added: “If he doesn’t sort it out he will die, we’ve been told, because of his heart.”

In a 2017 interview on Loose Women, Katie said: “He never knows when he’s full up, he’ll do anything he can to feed himself.”

Prader-Willi syndrome is a genetic condition that is inherited purely by chance.

It can lead to poor development, obesity and dysfunction in the nervous system.

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