Katie Price reveals that her son Harvey is lonely when his brothers and sisters are away

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  • Katie Price has revealed that her eldest son Harvey feels lonely when his younger siblings are away from home.

    In a sneak peek of her TV show My Crazy Life, the former model divulged the news that her autistic son was missing his younger brothers and sisters, as Junior, 13, and Princess, 11, have moved out to live with their dad Peter Andre, and Jett, 5, and Bunny, 4, are staying with their dad, Katie’s estranged husband Kieran Hayler.

    In the short clip of her Quest TV show the mum-of-five, who recently sparked controversy for missing her daughter’s first day of school, speaks about how Harvey is feeling ‘bored’, as he doesn’t have any of his younger siblings around to keep him company.

    ‘It’s days like this that Harvey gets really really bored,’ she said.

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    The heartwarming teaser sees Harvey, 16, who is ‘in a grumpy mood’ trying to find a video clip on his iPad but as he gets frustrated when he struggles, his mum comes to aid and comforts him with a blanket and her help.

    The touching video comes after Katie’s ex-husband Peter Andre confirmed that Harvey’s eldest siblings Junior and Princess would be spending Christmas Day with their singer dad.

    Since their parents’ divorce, Junior and Princess have spent alternate Christmases with their mum and dad.

    Despite Peter having them last Christmas, he will again spend it with them this December after a tough year for the former Loose Women panelist.

    Speaking to NOW magazine, the dad-of-four explained how they have a family-focussed Christmas with ‘kids everywhere’ and ‘all the traditional stuff’.

    ‘The mince pies and carrots are left out the night before, then the kids wake up in the morning with stockings at the end of their beds,’ he said.

    ‘We have a big English breakfast, then sit in a circle to open our presents. We have lunch, go for a walk, then pass out in front of the TV with chocolates.’