Katie Price’s chest is puffed with pride for eldest lad Harvey.
And on Monday the mum-of-five will get to show off his day-to-day personality as they appear in Katie Price : Harvey and Me, a documentary on BBC One.
Ahead of the air date, Katie has penned a post in tribute to 18-year-old Harvey, who has Prader-Willi Syndrome, is partially blind and autistic.
“Watch Harvey and I in our new @bbcone documentary – Katie Price: Harvey and Me on BBC One, Monday 25th January at 8:30pm,” she captioned a snap of the two of them.
“I wanted to share what really goes on behind closed doors – Harvey isn’t a thing to poke fun at, he’s my son, he overcomes mountains and obstacles everyday that other people take for granted – being a single parent of a disabled child is a badge of honour for me!
“I am so proud of him, he has feelings, and so do I.”
Katie has been forthright and uncompromising in her push to rid the Internet of cruel comments about her eldest, whom she shares with Dwight Yorke.
Sickened by trolls who target the young man, she’s tirelessly campaigned for Harvey’s Law to be pushed through in Parliament – making online abuse of the sort Harvey has suffered illegal.
The campaign has gained political traction in recent years as MPs voiced their support for Katie’s ideas.
Meanwhile, Katie could be welcoming baby number six some time soon as she goes from strength to strength with beau Carl Woods.
The couple were first linked back in July before going Instagram official and shacking up together.
Now Katie is sure a proposal is on its way, but Carl’s keeping it under wraps when he intends to pop the question.
Katie also has Junior, 16, and Princess, 13, with Peter Andre, and Jett, six, and Bunny, five, with Kieran Hayler.
And it’s said Carl earned thumbs-up from all Katie’s kids – especially Harvey, who asked him if he can call him “daddy” – as well as the fathers of her children.
Their relationship was solidified after she was left wheelchair-bound by a nasty accident, brought even closer as Carl took care of her.