Katie Price snuggles with her ‘beautiful boy’ Harvey as he gets ready to move into full-time care

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Katie Price poses for a cute photo with son Harvey as the countdown continues to the teen moving into full-time care.

Harvey, who has Prader-Willi Syndrome, autism and is partially blind, will live in a residential college, the mum-of-five announced earlier this month.

Trained staff will teach him new skills to help the 18 year old to live a more independent life.

Katie is desperate to make the most of every day until he moves out and they had some sofa time together as the star snuggled with her son.

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She posted the snap on Instagram as the difficult day when he moves into care looms.

"My beautiful boy," Katie captioned the photo alongside a red love heart emoji. She wore a comfy black jumper with matching leggings while Harvey looked happy in his dark and light blue sports t-shirt.

Katie wants him to learn social skills and no longer thinks him being at home is helping his development.

The former glamour model, 42, told The Sun that it was one of the most difficult decisions she has ever had to make.

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She said: “It breaks my heart. I don’t want him to think I’m just getting rid of him.

"It’s so upsetting to think I won’t see him every day but this is the best thing for Harvey and we have to think positively."

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Katie expects him to move into the National Star long-term living accommodation in Cheltenham in the weeks ahead.

It provides education for people aged 16-25 with "complex disabilities".

She says she struggles to calm or restrain Harvey, who is 6ft 2ins, at times.

In July, he was rushed to hospital when his temperature shot up to 42 degrees.

He was taken straight to intensive care before being released weeks later.

Katie has since put the 29-stone teen on a fitness programme after becoming seriously worried about his health.

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