Katie Price's son Harvey has revealed how he plans to spend the profits earned from his clothing company.
19-year-old Harvey has shown off his creative side by helping to creating his own clothing range – called The Harvey Collection.
The comfy clothing range is based on the teen's favourite animal – the frog – and it includes hoodies, t-shirts, tracksuits and basketball gear such as tops and shorts.
Over the weekend, Harvey's proud mum Katie wore the teen's clothes on a winter's day out – and her fiancé Carl Woods decided to sport Harvey's garments too.
In a sweet video shared to her YouTube channel, 43-year-old Katie told Harvey that all of the money he makes from it is "all yours".
The I'm A Celebrity star said: "We're all wearing Harvey's stuff today."
Speaking to Harvey, she said: "What do you think? And you get that money, it's all your money.
"Are you a business man? What are you going to spend it on?"
The ex-glamour model cheekily hinted that he could spoil her mum with some lovely gifts if he wanted to.
She went on: "Do you want to spend it on mummy? What do you want to buy mummy?"
Harvey clearly had an idea of what he wanted to do with the cash.
He replied: "A flower."
Katie gushed: "A flower, oh that's so cute."
Harvey's clothing range has kitted out its products with a monogrammed letter H and pictures of frogs.
The teen worked on the designs for the clothes – and they feature his own handwriting – giving the items a personal touch.
Harvey has severe autism, a rare complex genetic condition called Prader-Willi syndrome, and is partially blind.
It comes after Katie was sentenced to a 16 week suspended prison sentence at Crawley Magistrate's Court.
Price was spared jail as she had complied with the requirements of the court – which included attending a rehabilitation centre and not committing any further offences.
The mum-of-five previously plead guilty to drink driving – following the crash which took place near her home in Sussex in September.
She apologised for the accident and issued an emotional statement after the sentencing on December 15.
Katie's statement read: "I would like to thank my family – my children, my mum, dad, sister, brother, my partner Carl, Leigh, and my friends who have supported me throughout these past few months.
"It’s been a really difficult time and I’m incredibly sorry for my actions – I’m sincerely grateful nobody was hurt – I realise the damage my actions could have caused not only to another family, but to my own as well," Katie continued.
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