Harvey Price ecstatic as Katie shares he’ll start his dream job at train station
Harvey Price is over the moon after his mother, Katie, revealed the exciting news that he has been asked to voice a Network Rail announcement.
The 18-year-old has made it no secret over the years that he has a passion for trains, which shone during the emotional documentary, Katie Price: Harvey and Me, which aired on Monday night.
Katie's eldest child lives with autism, Prader-Willi Syndrome and Septo-Optic Dysplasia, as well as being partially blind.
During the emotional episode, Harvey beamed from ear-to-ear as he stood on the platform of a nearby train station, watching the trains go by as he snapped pictures on his iPad.
Now, businesswoman Katie, 42, has shared the news with the teen that he is about to fulfil a dream of his.
In her latest YouTube video, the former model said: "You know you went to the station with Zach?
"Lots of people saw you talk about trains. The company, a station phoned mummy up and said would Harvey like to go to a station and do an announcement."
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She added: "Harvey would go: 'Can I have your attention please?' Would you like to do that and take Zach with you?"
An excited Harvey replied: "Yes, mummy."
Demonstrating his announcement skills, Harvey stood alongside a pal at Waterloo Station in London and said: "May I have your attention, please? This train is formed of 12 coaches. Platform four for the 11:34 South Western Railway service to Guildford."
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After the documentary aired, a spokesperson for Network Rail revealed to Metro: "We, Network Rail, would be happy to arrange for Harvey to make an announcement at one of the Network Rail managed stations when it is safe to do so."
While several train firms are said to have reached out to Pricey offering Harvey and his pal Zach train tickets to his desired locations once lockdown restrictions across the nation have been relaxed by the government.
The documentary followed Katie and Harvey as he turns 18 and looks towards his further education at a college, enabling him to live a more independent life.
As Harvey approaches adulthood, Katie was keen to visit as many further education centres as possible that will be suitable for Harvey's needs.
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