Katie Price shares sweet video of Harvey, 18, tickling little sister Bunny, 6

KATIE Price shared a sweet video of Harvey, 18, tickling his little sister Bunny, six, on Instagram.

The reality star, 42, shared a clip of her youngest sitting on her eldest son's lap as they played a game.

Harvey sung the nursey rhyme Round and Round the Garden.

He said: "Round and round the garden like a teddy bear… One step, two steps, and tickle Bunny under there."

Bunny was in fits of laughter at the game with her older brother.

Katie captioned the video: "I love how @officialmrharveyprice and my gorgeous Bunny bops play so cute ?"


The stars fans found the scene adorable, with one person saying: "He’s such a good brother"

Another said: "Nice to see fun people happy and healthy and alls great love and light"

A third remarked: "Look how gentle he is with her ?"

Katie Price recently slammed celebrities with autistic children who don't use their fame to raise awareness of the condition.


The reality star, 42, praised ex-Boyzone singer Keith Duffy after he discussed his daughter Mia's autism diagnosis on Monday.

Sharing a photo of Keith on 5 News, Katie – whose eldest son Harvey has autism – said she thinks celebs who don't use their fame to "make a difference" are "ashamed or embarrassed" of their kids.

She posted: "Good to see @officialkeithduffy talking about Autism and being accepted, I know other celebs who have children with Autism who could also help make awareness and support family's and offer support but don't and makes me think they are ashamed or embarrassed they have a child with Autism because they are happy to be in the limelight themselves but don't use their status for a good purpose that can make a difference [sic.]"

Katie's eldest has ADHD, autism, genetic condition ­Prader-Willi Syndrome and septo-optic dysplasia which causes blindness and requires round-the-clock care.

Katie's acclaimed documentary, Harvey and Me, documented her search for a residential college to teach him how to have a more independent life and learn new skills.

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