Katie Price's fans heap praise on her daughter Bunny, six, over special bond with disabled big brother HarveyJanuary 26, 2022
KATIE Price's daughter Bunny has been praised for her special bond with her disabled big brother Harvey.
The six-year-old opened up about the challenges her family face with the disabled teenager as she pointed out holes in the wall.
Asked what Harvey is like as a big brother during the BBC One documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me tonight, Bunny said: "He's nice. Sometimes he does kick off.
"He smashes stuff in the wall, like that crack over there."
But proving she is always there to support Harvey, Bunny showed how much she cared about her older sibling as they shared a sweet moment watching TV.
"We're going to watch Peppa Pig," said Bunny, before handing 18-year-old Harvey an iPad.
Harvey said: "Thanks Bunny, love you!"
"Love you too," Bunny replied.
The pair then snuggled up on the sofa together to watch Peppa Pig.
One viewer said:"I love the bond he has with his family but the bond between little Bunny and Harvey is heart melting…
"Not easy at all and it is extra hard for parents on Children with needs, all her kids are lovely…"
Anoher added: "Wow . What an amazing documentary.. your strength is amazing Katie.
"The emotion I felt watching your journey with Harvey is indescribable… seeing Bunny with her big brother watching TV was a beautiful moment. Much love."
The 42-year-old's eldest son, 18, has autism and struggles with the excessive appetite caused by his genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome.
The condition can impact muscle tone and functions of the nervous system and sparks the constant desire to eat.
The former glamour model explained she has been forced to padlock the family fridge to stop Harvey, whose weight has soared 29st, bingeing in the night and also has to lock the kitchen cupboards.
She says that if she denies him food Harvey will smash up her house and leave holes in the wall.
Katie previously said: "It’s a cruel and horrible illness where he feels hungry all the time — and if he doesn’t get food he gets angry. It’s hard work.
"He'll smash things up if you say no. I’ve had to re-plaster my walls because he’ll bash holes in them with his head.
"He knows what nice things taste of. I’ll give him sweet potato chips instead of real fries but he knows the difference.
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"It's not what he eats in the day, it’s what he eats when I don’t see him. I’ve tried hiding food but he’ll find it.
"You can’t leave food or leftovers on the side or he’ll eat it, and he’s really quick too.
"He even eats in his sleep. He'll walk downstairs and eat whatever he can find. We've even found him rummaging through friends' bags for food."
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