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Katie Price’s son Harvey Price signs with celeb agent after success of BBC doc

Katie Price's son Harvey Price has signed to a celebrity agent after the success of their BBC documentary Harvey and Me.

The 18-year-old hopes to help break stigma surrounding the fashion industry with a string of fashion collaborations after signing with Lucky7 PR – the same agent who looks after Katie's boyfriend Carl Woods.

Insiders have revealed how Harvey, guided by his mum, is in talks to front various ventures.

A source told Daily Star: "Harvey is in huge demand right now.

"There are leading men’s fashion brands currently in talks with Harvey about collaborating."

A rep for Lucky 7 Talent said "We are determined to break the stigma surrounding the industry not being diverse enough and Harvey Price is going to at the forefront of that.

"Harvey is a marketing campaign dream, his unique personality is a hit with the general public and his Instagram page has over a quarter of million followers”

Speaking at the end of last year, Katie revealed that her son would release a XXL range of clothes by the end of 2021.

In an episode of her YouTube series, Katie met with Big Clothing 4 U owner Ben Pearson to discuss her plans.

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The glamour model turned businesswoman said: "He [Harvey] deserves like everyone else in life to have a chance.

"I want him to have a clothing range out…because it will be for him, and that's why I've come to you.”

She added: "So I want you and Harvey to do something together, as that's long-term for him and he's got an income himself."

Katie was met with universal praise earlier this year after showing the nation exactly how she has raised Harvey in her BBC documentary Harvey and Me.

Harvey suffers Prader-Willi syndrome, a life long genetic condition.

He is also partially blind.

Speaking earlier this month, Harvey's brother Junior Andre, 15, explained how he is helping their mum to pass Harvey's law.

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The law would help put an end to online trolling – spurred on by the vile abuse thrown at Harvey on a daily basis.

Junior said: "Hate in general doesn't bother me at all.

"For some people it really hurts them and effects them but for me it doesn't.

"If I look at a comment that is hate it doesn't mean anything, it is just a comment. But for some people it hurts them deep."

He added: "I get hate every day. I think loads of people do with platforms like this and this many followers.

"That's the whole reason why we are doing Harvey's law.

"My brother Harvey, this law is what we are carrying on. Basically there is going to be a law where it stops it and it makes it illegal for online trolling."

In June last year, Katie appeared before MPs in the Houses of Parliament to campaign for a change in the law.

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