Katie Price has spoken candidly about the difficulties she is facing homeschooling her son Harvey during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, former glamour model and disability rights campaigner Price, 41, said while it was hard, she was doing the best she could on her own.
Harvey, 17, lives with autism, partial blindness and Prader-Willi Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects mental and physical development.
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“I’m working hard home-schooling Harvey and we’re spending lots of time reading together. It isn’t easy on my own, but we’re making it work,” the mother-of-five told the publication.
Price’s children Junior, 14, and Princess, 12, are in lockdown with their father Peter Andre, his wife and their children Amelia and Leo.
Her youngest children, Jett, six, and Bunny, five, are in lockdown with their dad Kieran Hayler.
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In late March, Andre said their son Junior had been showing symptoms of COVID-19 and was in isolation, but he was able to reunite with his dad and siblings last week.
Price told the Daily Mail she and Harvey had been using their time together to work on projects to support Britain’s National Health Service, including taking part in the weekly clap for the NHS that sees streets around the UK erupt with applause as the public show their appreciation for frontline workers while in lockdown.