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Harvey Price is the eldest son of Katie Price. Harvey is partially blind and has autism. He also has Prader-Willi syndrome, a genetic disorder that occurs in approximately one out of every 15,000 births.
Harvey has been playing the keyboard since 4 and was inspired to audition after watching Autism’s Got Talent earlier this year at The Mermaid Theatre in London where he performed and at the roadshows in Cornwall and Ruislip.
Harvey has made numerous telly appearances, before becoming the subject of vile social media posts that he and his mum are now trying to make a criminal offence.
Harvey deals with online bullying and trolling. He was subject to horrendous online abuse after sharing a drawing of his mum on the Gatwick Express on his Instagram page. Fans commented pleaded with Katie to remove the account to protect Harvey, but she chose not to and instead deleted the harmful comments.
On 22nd January 2019, it was revealed that Parliament would back Katie’s ‘Harvey’s Law’ efforts. She started an online petition in March 2017 to criminalise social media trolling, after Harvey suffered at the hands of Instagram trolls.
Anna Kennedy Online actively campaigns for autism awareness and bullying. We tirelessly work on achieving our goals through events. And in the lead-up to Christmas, we are selling charity Christmas cards designed by Patrick Steele-Bodger and Harvey Price, each pack contains ten assorted Christmas cards.
Mala Thapar is Charity Champion at Anna Kennedy Online.
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