Katie Price all smiles as she spends quality time with children Jett and Bunny after sharing fears for oldest son Harvey

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KATIE Price was all smiles as she enjoyed quality family time with her youngest two children Jett, six, and five-year-old Bunny today.

The 42-year-old star looked fresh-faced as she snuggled up to the little ones this morning after an emotional interview with The Sun Online where she shared her fears for oldest son Harvey.

In the snap, Katie is showing off an enviable tan as she cuddles up to her children.

Looking as though they are still in bed, the reality star is beaming with joy as Bunny and Jett grin either side of her.

The family cat can also be seen in the lower corner of the image, with Katie captioning the post: “My gorgeous Jett and Bunny .. oh and Hagrid the cat lol”.

The former glamour model shares her two youngest with ex Kieran Hayler, and they stay with her every weekend.

Katie is also mum to 13-year-old Princess and 15-year-old Junior with ex-husband Peter Andre, who she lives just eight minutes away from so they can have regular contact.

The star’s oldest child is 18-year-old Harvey, who she shares with footballer Dwight Yorke, but he has had no involvement in his child’s life.

Earlier this week, Harvey – who suffers from multiple disabilities – was rushed to hospital in an ambulance after suffering from chest pains.

The autistic teens weigh more than 27 stone due to an excessive appetite caused by the genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome, and while he is now home doctors warned Katie that he is at a serious risk of dying from a heart attack if he doesn’t lose weight.

In a brutally stark statement, the fearful mum confessed to The Sun that she hopes Harvey will die before she does, because he simply will not be able to cope without her.

She said: “I know it’s horrible to say, but I wish he’d go before me because he wouldn’t cope without me.

“He’d be so heartbroken and wouldn’t understand where I’d gone.

“I know it’s a harsh comment but it’s the truth.

“If I ever died, my other kids, obviously, would be heartbroken but Harvey would not understand where I’d gone.

“And I just think no one would look after him the way I do, and he wouldn’t understand why I’m not there.

“The thought kills me. I hate it. I don’t know what’s going to happen in the future.”

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