Richard Madeley says Katie Price should be in the next honours list
Richard said that the former Page 3 glamour model should be awarded an honour for “being a good mum” to her oldest son Harvey Price, 18, following the release of their BBC documentary show Katie Price: Harvey and Me.
The 42-year-old mum has been inundated with many compliments on her care and time into being a mum to her five children – especially Harvey – after people settled in to watch her new show.
Harvey, who is her eldest child, has Prader-Willi Syndrome, is autistic and partially blind, and was born with Septo-optic Dysplasia.
After watching Katie’s emotional and honest show, the former presenter of Richard & Judy praised Katie for her mothering.
The journalist broadcaster dubbed her parenting to Harvey as “unselfish” as he complimented her maternal instincts.
Taking to his social media, Richard wrote: “We just watched the Katie Price BBC2 doco.
“That woman should be in the next New Year’s Honours list for services to motherhood.”
Richard continued: “What a testament to the sheer unselfish power of maternal love. Utterly blown away by her.”
Katie saw Richard’s lovely comments and sweetly replied herself.
She tweeted back underneath Richard’s original tweet: “Thanks so much for your support Richard glad you enjoyed the show.”
Richard’s followers who had watched the show also rushed to agree with him.
One fan tweeted: “@KatiePrice well done on the documentary about you and Harvey. Using your public profile to explain how hard it is for many parents including yourself is positive.
“Also, no matter what else is happening around you it is clear you are a great Mom and your children adore you.”“Completely agree. Harvey is a fantastic human being, so polite and loving.
Katie is a fantastic mum… That was so evident,” wrote another.
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