KATIE Price has shared a sweet snap of daughter Bunny with her big brother Harvey after revealing the six year old "runs away" from Harvey's violent outbursts.
The proud mum posted the photo of Bunny who rested a protective hand on Harvey's shoulder, and the siblings smiled brightly.
Bunny looked at ease in her eldest brother's company, with Katie, 42, captioning her photo: "How cute are my babies @officialmrharveyprice 💛💛"
Fans loved the sweet snap, as one said: "Sister and brother ❤️ 💙 lovely picture."
Another remarked: "Beautiful big brother Harvey….with cutie Bunny i love you little guys xx😍"
Their affectionate moment comes after Katie admitted Bunny sometimes runs away when Harvey has one of his 'meltdowns'.
Katie says her other children – including Junior, 15, Princess, 13, Jett, seven, and Bunny, six – "know what Harvey" is like when the 18-year-old has a meltdown.
Speaking on Anna Kennedy's All Things Autism podcast, she said: "My other children know what Harvey is like. Princess is here now. What's Harvey like when he has a meltdown?"
Princess said: "He's very bad but we know how to handle him."
Katie added: "He likes to hear Bunny cry. The kids have learned to just run."
Princess said: "If he gets in a mood he will go for me. That's how he is. He just likes the noise of crying."
Katie has received praise from fans for her Harvey & Me documentary, which focuses on her decision for Harvey to stay at a residential college.
She is now plotting her own autism-only chat show following the success of her documentary that delved into her relationship with Harvey.
The Sun exclusively revealed she has discussed plans to reunite with friend and autism campaigner Anna Kennedy OBE, who was seen giving her advice on residential colleges for Harvey in the BBC film.
Anna, who is a founder of the Autism's Got Talent showcase, told The Sun: "We've been chatting about more projects, because now she's got the taste for wanting to do more to help raise awareness of autism acceptance and disability.
"We're talking about doing something on her YouTube channel going live possibly as soon as next month.
"There's going to be myself, there's going to be Katie and we're going to invite an autistic adult on every month, see how it goes.
"People said we make a good team and 'you can see she's comfortable around you'."
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