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Katie Price’s son Harvey is in intensive care in hospital after being rushed there for medical care, leaving the star in “robot mode”.
Harvey was taken to hospital after his temperature reached 42 degrees over the weekend and he was struggling to breathe, with fears he might suffer organ failure.
Katie later confirmed that her 18 year old son is in intensive care and thanked the medical staff who are caring for him.
The 42 year old star’s representative has now exclusively told OK! that she is in “robot mode” and is sadly not able to be with Harvey in intensive care.
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They told us: “Katie's gone into robot mode – unfortunately she has been in these situations a few times before.
“She can't stay with him in intensive care in hospital so she's come home to have a shower and a change.”
On Sunday evening, alongside a picture of herself and her son posted on Instagram, Katie wrote: “I can confirm Harvey is in intensive care and in the best hands.
“I would like to thank the ambulance services and the hospital staff for the quick response and making him stable. X.”
Harvey’s younger brother and sister, Junior and Princess Andre, sent him loving messages underneath the post, while some of Katie's celeb pals also posted supportive comments.
Harvey, who is the son of footballer Dwight Yorke, has Prader-Willi syndrome, which is a rare genetic disorder that causes learning difficulties, weight gain and behavioural problems.
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The much loved big brother, is also autistic and partially blind. The teenager was also taken in to hospital just a few weeks ago after falling ill with chest pains during celebrations for his sister Princess’ 13th birthday.
Reflecting on the ordeal, Katie explained: “When Harvey went into hospital, I feared the worst. I always do.
“The doctors have told me he’s at high risk of having a heart attack.
“He’s 27½st, wears 5XL clothes and he gets out of breath walking up the stairs. So of course I panicked.”
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