Devastated Katie Price & # 39; inconsolable & # 39; how Harvey moves to residential care


Katie Price said her son Harvey was transferred to residential care last week.

According to the new! magazine, the five-year-old mother was "incocious" when the 16-year-old left her house and felt "utterly lost and devastated."

Although she is sure that the decision was the correct one, it is said that she is struggling against the fact that he is no longer around all the time.

"He's about an hour's drive from Katie's house, so it's not like he's around the corner and that's a big deal for her," a source told the newspaper.

Katie Price is in pieces & # 39; because of the change from Harvey to the son

Katie Price allegedly gutted her son Harvey left home

"She's massively emotional about it. She's in pieces."

Harvey – who is partially impaired in vision, autistic and has Prader Willis syndrome, which means that he is hungry all the time – will now only return to his home on weekends.

Meanwhile, Katie also has to split Junior, 13, and Princess, 11 with first husband Peter Andre, and Jett, five, and Bunny, four, with Kieran Hayler.

This means that the previous glamor model will have to face several nights of the week without any of their children per company.

Last month, Katie revealed that she had no choice but to consider putting Harvey on treatment.

"She has five children and yet she is sitting alone in that big house," the source added.

"She is beside herself and feels totally lost."

The difficult decision of Katie to put Harvey under care comes after she called the homes of "evil" in an interview she gave in 2013.

In a conversation with the Guardian six years ago, Katie insisted, "He will always live at home. He is not leaving me."

Katie now has to face some sleepless nights at home

Katie said that Harvey became very disturbing as a teenager.

However, she made the difficult decision after admitting that Harvey was becoming more difficult to care for when he entered adolescence.

She revealed that her son scared the other kids by breaking windows, TVs and eight iPads this year.

After saying that her son was wetting the bed twice a night, she also showed host Victoria Derbyshire the bag of pills she had taken for him and said that without them he would die.

"It is a danger to himself and, for the first time, I think he should go home from Monday to Friday.

"Because he knows that if he starts, the driver will not take him to school, he is aware of it and is losing his education.

"He just wants to be with me all the time."

Mirror Online has contacted Katie's representative to comment.

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