Katie Price has shared an adorable video of her son Harvey as he took to the stage of Autism’s Got Talent.
The 17 year old played the keyboard as he participated in the show, which took place in Cornwall over the weekend.
Harvey performed the spiritual When the Saints Go Marching In at the talent show, which showcased the talents of both children and adults living with autism.
Katie’s son has autism, a rare genetic condition called Prader-Willi Syndrome and is partially blind.
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Sharing a clip of the moment with her two million Instagram followers, Katie wrote: “So so proud of Harvey playing the key board last night.” [sic]
She continued to tell fans the performance would air on her TV show, My Crazy Life.
Fans were quick to flood the star with compliments in the hopes they’d be passed on to the talented teen.
One wrote: “Omg I love this boy. You must be so proud of him.” [sic]
A second added: “He is such a cherub – all down to u and ur family.” [sic]
A third commented: “Enjoying himself doing himself proud! Well done harvey.” [sic]
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Ahead of his performance in the talent show, the competition’s founder, Anna Kennedy OBE, told Cornwall Live: “It is a fantastic opportunity for those with autism to get up on stage and really show what they can do.
“We have had participants from Croatia, Canada and the USA and have also showcased world class gymnasts and artists who have appeared on The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent.
“People with autism of all ages are making history, showing that autism need be no barrier to success.”
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