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Harvey Price told little sister Bunny how much he loves her in a sweet scene as his documentary aired on Monday night.
Katie Price: Harvey & Me laid bare the teenager and his mum's day-to-day battles and let fans in on their unique relationship.
There were many emotional moments – but viewers loved one scene in particular in the family's front room.
We got to see a sweet interaction between the 18 year old and his youngest sibling as they snuggled up to watch cartoons.
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"We're going to watch Peppa Pig," Bunny, six, says. The little girl then walks over to her brother sat on the sofa, and hands him an iPad.
"Thanks Bunny, love you!" Harvey smiles back at her. "Love you too," Bunny tells him.
The pair then cuddle up on the sofa together as they enjoy watching Peppa.
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Katie, who is seen looking for college care with her son, was issued an alarming sectioning warning on the BBC programme.
Harvey was born with Septic Optic Dysplasia, a rare disorder that affects brain function.
He also has Prader-Willi syndrome and is autistic – and Katie says his behaviour can sometimes get out of control.
On the programme, the star speaks to her friend Anna Kennedy, who has two autistic sons.
Anna warns: "If the placement doesn't work for Harvey you don't want it to start effecting his mental health, his wellbeing.
"Then he might start self-harming or harming others."
Katie then revealed: "He does that when he gets anxiety. He's got scars, it's when he gets worried."
Anna then suggested Harvey could be sectioned under the Mental Health Act if his behaviour gets worse.
"Not that I want to scare you, but if the placement doesn't work the local authority can come in and forcibly take Harvey away if they feel he is a risk to himself and others," she added.
"He could end up in a mental health unit or an assessment and treatment unit.
"Once they've gone in there it's really difficult to get them out as they've been sectioned. As a parent it's really difficult."
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