Katie Price paid tribute to her eldest son Harvey on Monday as they shared a special moment at home together.
The 42-year-old star took to Instagram to post a loving picture of her and her 18-year-old son as she gave him a cuddle.
As she wrapped her arms around the teen, Katie gave her fans a glimpse of her petite frame in a white sports bra which she wore with matching joggers.
Harvey appeared to be sat in the kitchen as he posed for the photo alongside his famous mum and also held him arm around her.
Katie captioned the post: "It’s unreal the bond my Harvey @officialmrharveyprice and me have for a mother and son, I’m literally his everything and everything he does is all for mummy."
Katie's fans were quick to comment on the photo, with one person writing: "So sweet."
Another follower posted: "That's amazing," while a third added: "Beautiful bond."
The post comes just days after Katie left her fans feeling emotional after sharing Harvey's letter to Santa.
Katie Price leaves fans feeling emotional as she shares Harvey's letter to Santa
In a video shared to her Instagram followers, Katie said that she was having a sneaky look at her son's list while out in a car.
Katie was in high spirits as she excitedly opened the envelope to reveal the letter that Harvey had written himself.
Harvey said he hopes to receive presents such as colouring pens, an All Aboard train set, Froggy Dave and a computer from Father Christmas this year.
Harvey was born with Prader-Willi syndrome, which is a genetic condition that can impact muscle tone, sexual development and the function of the nervous system.
Katie recently revealed her fears that Harvey could die after his weight spiralled to almost 29 stone.
"Every time I feed him, it's killing him, even though it makes him happy, it's cruel of me to do it," she told The Sun.
Katie went on to say: "He needs to lose weight or he'll end up dead, he doesn't deserve that, I don't want to lose him.
"He's only 18, he's got his whole life ahead of him, I will do anything to help."
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