Harvey Price melts hearts as he blows a kiss after onset set collapse on GMB
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Harvey Price melted viewers hearts’ on Good Morning Britain after appearing alongside proud mum Katie Price – and staying calm after an accidental set collapse.
The 19-year-old, who has Prader-Willi Syndrome and autism, appeared alongside his mum to send his wishes to hosts Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid.
While he couldn’t hear the studio after refusing to wear the headphones, Katie relayed messages of support for him after his nomination for a National Television Award.
He then blew a kiss and said: “Hi, everyone. We're on TV, I'll miss you forever.”
Harvey later said he enjoyed watching Loose Women on his iPad as well as his mum’s YouTube channel.
“Thank you guys, everyone! You’re absolutely beautiful and gorgeous,” he then said before leaving the screen.
“I love him, let’s just have Harvey on every morning!” Susanna beamed, while Richard called him a “tonic” for a Monday morning.
Viewers felt the same, praising the teen for his sweet appearance.
“'You're all absolutely beautiful and gorgeous'…Harvey Price on#GMBis the#MondayMotivatonwe all need this morning,” wrote one.
“Katie Price is such an amazing Mum. Seeing her and Harvey together on#GMBmelted my heart,” said another.
A third added: “Harvey deserves all the love and happiness in the world. He’s a star!”
“Awwww Harvey you utter beaut,” another viewer wrote. “Say anything you want about Katie but she’s amazing mum to him and there relationship is heartwarming.”
“Awww Harvey Price on#gmbhe's amazing and Katie is amazing with him. They just adore each other,” said another taken viewer.
Katie returned to the show moments later without Harvey to discuss her latest fight against online trolling – after a man who shared a video mocking Harvey while in blackface was cleared of all charges.
It was successfully argued that the man, who can’t be named for legal reasons, was “just joking”.
The rightly outraged mum is now looking for a better justice for her son, launching the “Track A Troll” campaign.
“It's not just about Harvey, it's about everyone out there,” she said. “If it was on the street, say like the video that went out, if it was on the street, and it was happening to Harvey live, and then a person came along, said to everyone "hey, hey look, come and look at this", it would be reviewed different.
“Now because it's online, it's treated different when it should be treated the same, and as you can see Harvey is so innocent and he's just such a gorgeous guy, he doesn't deserve it.
"Everyone else out there doesn't deserve it.
“Yeah, they were mocking me too, but the thing is I've got a voice I can speak up – Harvey can't.”
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.
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