Katie Price is every inch the doting mother as she joins son Harvey, 17, on stage at Autism's Got Talent while accompanied by her other children Princess, 12, Jett, 6, and Bunny, 5
- Katie, 41, was recently shocked to discover her son Harvey's incredible piano skills ahead of his first performance at the event
- Harvey, 17, has played the keyboard since the age of four and has developed his craft alongside his encouraging teacher, Adam
- Adam explained: 'For Harvey, music is his words. Music’s his language. He’s what we call a savant, a wise person'
Katie Price was every inch the doting mother as she attended the Autism's Got Talent event at the Winston Churchill Theatre in Ruislip with her children.
The former glamour model, 41, went on stage with her eldest son Harvey, 17, while she was also accompanied at the event by Princess Tiaamii, 12, Jett, six, and Bunny, five.
Harvey performed at the event, sitting at a keyboard while his proud mother stood alongside him with a microphone.
Event: Katie Price, 41, was every inch the doting mother as she attended the Autism's Got Talent event at the Winston Churchill Theatre in Ruislip with her son Harvey, 17
Katie donned a bright pink jumper at the event with a print that read: 'Live for a cause, not for applause'.
She also sported a pair of navy skinny jeans while she wore her brunette locks in a ponytail for the event.
Autism's Got Talent is an annual event that showcases talented performances by adults and children with autism.
Family: The former glamour model was also accompanied at the event by her children Princess Tiaamii, 12, Jett, six, and Bunny, five
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In the final episode of her Quest Red reality show, Katie Price: My Crazy Life! Harvey unleashed his inner rock star while playing with his piano teacher, Adam.
'Harvey’s always played the keyboard, but I don’t quite know what he’s capable of,' Katie said as Adam started playing and Harvey followed.
Despite Harvey never having heard the tune before, he improvised his own piece, keeping time and staying in key with his teacher.
'How can he make that up? That fascinates me,' Katie asked.
Adam explained: 'For Harvey, music is his words. Music’s his language. He’s what we call a savant, a wise person.'
'How can he make that up?' Katie was shocked when Harvey showed off his incredible improvised piano playing skills earlier this year
Sweet: Buzzing after the duet, Harvey could not hide his excitement. 'Bl***y hell, that was massive!' he said, much to Katie and Adam’s amusement
Harvey has played the keyboard since he was four years old and couldn't talk.
Continuing to keep up, he started to get into the music and nods his head back and forth, unleashing his inner Rockstar!
Buzzing after the duet, Harvey could not hide his excitement. 'Bl***y hell, that was massive!' he said, much to Katie and Adam’s amusement.
Performance: Despite initially feeling upset, Harvey manages to perform at Autism's Got Talent and is delighted when he gets a certificate afterwards
'We’re all looking forward to watching the show, and what makes it even better is my son is also going to play in it,' Katie said.
But when the big day arrived, Harvey was overawed by the occasion and got upset.
'Harvey can sometimes get upset in new situations and although he’s desperate to perform, he’s got cold feet at the last minute,' Katie explained.
Leading Harvey to the stage, Harvey cried and protested that he didn't want to perform. But with her son’s best interests in mind, Katie was desperate to get Harvey on stage.
There for him: Katie is incredibly close to her son and said he's been playing the keyboard since he was four years old when he couldn't talk yet
'The show’s about to start, and we know Harvey going on stage will boost his confidence. We just have to convince him to do it,' she said.
Sat down with Harvey in the greenroom, Katie and Kris helped to calm him down enough to at least convince him to go and watch the other performers.
Watching the show, Harvey got excited when watching another young boy play the piano and sing, so much so that he bravely decided to perform after all.
In front of a packed theatre, Harvey got on stage and plays Oh When The Saints, as the thrilled audience sing along and Katie proudly watched on.
After a raucous round of applause, Katie cannot hide her pride. 'At first, I was sitting there thinking "oh my God, he’s not going to go on," ' Katie said.
'But as soon as the guy started playing with the keyboard, I saw Harvey perk up a bit.'
This is love: Katie can't hide her pride as Adam said 'music is Harvey's language'