Katie Price’s son Harvey “not good but will be ok” after bad burn
Katie Price’s manager has confirmed that Katie’s son Harvey is in a stable condition after an accident at the family home on New Year’s Eve.
Harvey badly burnt his leg in the undisclosed accident on Sunday afternoon and was rushed to their local hospital, then moved to a specialist burns unit in London.
Katie’s manager Claire Powell confirmed: “Harvey is now in a stable condition, but that’s all I know. I haven’t spoken to Pete or Katie because they’re at the hospital with him constantly.”
“They’re with him 24/7 and their phones are off. I don’t know how it happened, but I got a text from them to say that he’s in a stable condition.”
“They are devastated but they are being strong for Harvey.”
According to the Mirror, Katie told a fellow hospital visitor yesterday: “I can’t believe it. Nothing seems to go right for us, it’s one thing after another. He’s not good, but he’ll be OK.”
Four year old Harvey is partially blind and has a hormone deficiency affecting his growth. A friend of the family’s told the newspaper that this increases the seriousness of the injury: “If Harvey has an accident, it’s not like a normal child having an accident. It’s 10 times worse because of his condition - his breathing. And if he goes into shock, it’s much, much worse. They’re so worried about him.”