Katie Price shares clip of heartwarming moment she surprises son Harvey, 18, with new bed

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Katie Price has shared the adorable moment her son Harvey is unable to contain his delight after she gives him a new bed.

In the heartwarming clip, the former glamour model, 42, is seen surprising Harvey, 18, with the bed.

A thrilled Harvey is seen rushing over to the bed before lying on it as Katie and her boyfriend Carl Woods look on.

Katie then tells Harvey he has got the bed because he 'isn't a boy anymore – he's a man'.

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"What do you think of your bed, Price?" Katie asked him, to which a stunned Harvey replied: "I love it."

Describing his new mattress and headboard, Katie said: "Look how big your bed is… look at this big, new bed like mummy's."

She then asked her son again if he liked the bed, to which he replied: "of course".

Katie went on: "Do you know why you've got this bed? Because you're not a boy anymore you're a …."

"A man," Harvey responded.

Katie then told him: "And this is a man's bed", before Harvey added: "This is going to be amazing."

Harvey's delight at his new bed comes after Katie recently revealed she has hired an expert nutritionist in a bid to help Harvey, who weighs 29-stone, to lose weight.

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Katie also revealed last week that Harvey will be going to a residential college.

The mum-of-five, who showed off her new protective boots after her hospital check up, said that as upsetting as it is, this opportunity will allow Harvey to create an independent life.

The mum-and-son duo have spent the last six months trying to find the right college for children with autism and learning disabilities and are hoping Harvey can start at the best one in September.

The 42 year old told The Sun: "It breaks my heart. I don't want him to think I'm just getting rid of him.

"It's so upsetting to think I won't see him every day but this is the best thing for Harvey and we have to think positively because I don't want him to think I'm just getting rid of him.

"This is his chance to live an independent life, learn skills and socialise with people other than me."

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