Katie Price has given an update on her son Harvey after he moved out of intensive care in hospital.
Coronavirus restrictions tore the former glamour model, 42, and her eldest son, 18, apart as he was forced to stay in hospital alone.
However, the mother-of-five has been visiting as much as possible and she was able to give an update on her son’s condition.
Sources close to the star revealed Harvey had been “bantering” with the doctors and nurses helping him in hospital on Saturday.
The famous offspring has been in good humour while he makes his recovery, insiders told The Sun.
This heartwarming news followed Katie’s update to fans detailing her son’s recovery after being “incredibly strong and brave”.
The businesswoman confided in her admirers it had been “so difficult” on Friday night but she was pleased to say Harvey was improving.
She wrote: “Hey everyone update my @officialmrharveyprice baby boy, he has been incredibly strong and brave and this evening he has improved.
“I’m so happy, it’s been so difficult, I love him so much and want to thank you all again for your support and lovely messages.
“This picture I’ve taken today, only one drip in and moved out of icu.”
Earlier in the week, Harvey was rushed to hospital with chest pains and a spiked temperature.
The famous offspring is autistic, partially blind and he has Prader-Willi Syndrome.
Just weeks ago, Harvey was rushed to hospital with a fever when he fell sick during Princess’ 13th birthday party at Katie’s home.
The teenager was discharged from hospital the same day following tests.
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