Katie Price reveals son Harvey, 18, has returned to residential school after almost a year away

KATIE Price revealed her son Harvey, 18, has returned to his residential school after almost a year away.

The reality star, 42, shared a pic alongside her eldest son as he shared the news he was going back to school.

The picture shows Katie in a grey tracksuit as she hugs Harvey – who looks absolutely overjoyed at the prospect.

Katie captioned the pic: "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"

Harvey has severe autism, a rare complex genetic condition called Prader-Willi syndrome and is partially blind.

In a YouTube video last week, Harvey told his mum how excited he was to go back to school.

Sitting around eating pizza, Harvey declared "I'm excited".

"Are you excited to go back to residential?" Katie asked her son.

"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?"

Then his sister Princess is heard telling him, "and you can take the frog I got you for Christmas".

"Yeah, Princess and mummy, I'm excited," Harvey told them.

Katie opened up about sending Harvey to a residential college during her acclaimed documentary, Harvey & Me.

However, The Sun revealed how the star has been forced to restart her search a college over fears her current one is too far way.

She has applied for her eldest to go to National Star College in Cheltenham and is due to find out if she's been successful this month.

But she's been once again scouring 86 potential colleges across the UK after being forced to consider that she may be unable to intervene in time if there is an incident involving Harvey.

She also runs the risk of being unable to get government funding to cover the £350,000 that National Star College requires annually to house Harvey, 18, and cater to his complex needs.

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