Katie Price shares cute pic of Harvey kissing sister Bunny after revealing she 'runs away' when he has a meltdown
KATIE Price gushed over her oldest and youngest children as they shared an adorable moment together.
The reality star, 42, posted a photo of her oldest son Harvey, 18, smooching daughter Bunny, six, on the cheek.
"Family love," Katie captioned the gorgeous snap.
In the pic a beaming Bunny in a floral dress looks up at the camera, as her big bro affectionately plants the kiss on her cheek.
Katie's ex and Bunny's dad Kieron Hayler was one of the first to comment on the post, gushing about the pair's beautiful relationship.
"❤️Love their bond," he wrote.
Another Instagram user commented: "Always loved Harv and Bunny is amazing with him what a lovely little Girl."
And a third added: "These two 😍 sibling love."
Their affectionate moment comes after Katie admitted Bunny sometimes runs away when Harvey has one of his 'meltdowns'.
Katie says her other children – including Junior, 15, Princess, 13, Jett, seven, and Bunny, six – "know what Harvey" is like when the 18-year-old has a meltdown.
Speaking on Anna Kennedy's All Things Autism podcast, she said: "My other children know what Harvey is like. Princess is here now. What's Harvey like when he has a meltdown?"
What are Harvey’s conditions?
He was born with Septic Optic Dysplasia, a rare disorder that affects brain function, hormones and vision, and affects 1 in 10,000 births.
He also has Prader-Willi syndrome, which is a genetic condition that can impact muscle tone and the function of the nervous system.
Harvey is also on the autism spectrum.
Princess said: "He's very bad but we know how to handle him."
Katie added: "He likes to hear Bunny cry. The kids have learned to just run."
Princess said: "If he gets in a mood he will go for me. That's how he is. He just likes the noise of crying."
Katie has received praise from fans for her Harvey & Me documentary, which focuses on her decision for Harvey to stay at a residential college.
Katie has previously opened up about how Harvey will smash up cars that came to take him away and even attacked drivers.
Speaking on Radio 4‘s Women’s Hour today, Katie said: “The crisis point was the point that my windows were getting smashed every morning because he wanted to be with me.
“He knew, because he was big and strong, that he’d smash a window and then the driver wouldn’t have him in the car because he’d go and smash the windscreen of the car, or he’d start attacking the driver.
“He’d do that because he knew if he did that, he’d be at home with me because they wouldn’t take him to school.”
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