Katie Price finds size 7XL pyjamas for son Harvey at 28 stone

Katie Price has shared her relief at finally being able to find size 7XL pyjamas for her son Harvey, who weighs 28 stone. 

The My Crazy Life star posted a sweet photo of Harvey, 18, posing beside a Christmas tree inside their log cabin where the family are enjoying a festive getaway. 

Harvey, who towers over the tree, looks happy and comfortable in a chequered two-piece pyjama set. 

His mum wrote in the caption: ‘How cute does Harvey look in his pjs ❤️ he is so tall and taller than the tree 🌲 he loves coming away especially @henllehall_holidays log cabins wish we could pick it up and take it come 🤣. 

‘And even better finally found size 7xl pjs to fit him from @bigclothing4u_ 🔥🔥🔥🔥.’ 

It comes not long after Katie, 43, appealed for help with exercises that Harvey could do during lockdown with the gyms closed. 

The teen weighs over 28 stone and is therefore considered to be obese. 

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Katie asked her Instagram followers at the time: ‘Can anybody help I’m looking to rent a treadmill and rowing machine for Harvey that can take his weight 28 half stone and other gym bits as through lockdown I have to make sure he can exercise at home please help dm me [sic].’

Harvey, whose father is former footballer Dwight Yorke, suffers from Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare genetic condition that can impact muscle tone, sexual development and the function of the nervous system and can cause learning difficulties. 

It also leads to a constant desire to eat food and a permanent feeling of hunger, which often causes obesity. 

Katie opened up about Harvey’s weight earlier this year and told The Sun: ‘When Harvey went into hospital, I feared the worst. I always do. 

‘The doctors have told me he’s at high risk of having a heart attack. He’s 27 and a half stone, wears 5XL clothes and he gets out of breath walking up the stairs. So of course I panicked. 

‘I can’t see him living past 50 unless we sort out his weight and breathing.’ 

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