Harvey Price stole many people’s hearts after his BBC One documentary aired on Monday, and one person who expressed their pride for him was his former stepdad Kieran Hayler.
The dad-of-two, who previously promoted his OnlyFans account, took to his Instagram stories to send the 18 year old a supportive message after watching the documentary.
The 33 year old shared an adorable picture of his children Jett, seven, and Bunny, six, holding hands with their half sibling and older brother Harvey.
Kieran wrote: “I love your bond with jett and bunny. Always been so strong so proud of you @officialharveyprice.” [sic]
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The former stripper tied the knot with Katie Price in the Bahamas in January 2013 after proposing to her on Christmas Day 2012.
The couple had a whirlwind romance after getting married just two months after initially meeting.
However, just four years later the pair called it quits and finally divorced in 2020, although they continue to co-parent their children Jett and Bunny.
After fans were enchanted by Harvey on his documentary with mum Katie, the teenager has landed a dream opportunity off of the back of it.
He was shown expressing his love for trains and was even seen making announcements at train stations.
Now after watching the insightful look into Harvey’s life, Network Rail have made Harvey’s dream come true as they have invited him to make an announcement at a train station.
Media Relations Manager Tracy O’Brien told Metro: “We, Network Rail, would be happy to arrange for Harvey to make an announcement at one of the Network Rail managed stations when it is safe to do so.”
In one of the scenes, Katie, 42, who hit out at Love Island stars, took her son to a station so that he could take pictures of the passing trains as they went by.
He said: “May I have your attention please? This train is formed of 12 coaches. Platform four for the 11:34 South Western Railway service to Guildford.”
The documentary followed Katie and Harvey as they attempted to find a residential college for Harvey to move into so that he can have his own independence.