Katie Price laughs as Harvey swears uncontrollably on rare visit to see her mum

Former glamour model Katie Price has shared a rare video with fans of her terminally ill mother Amy Price as she went to visit her alongside her eldest son Harvey.

The hilarious yet heart-warming clip shows Harvey Price, 19, spending some quality time with his nan. But as they sat down for a chat, Harvey unconsciously swears throughout.

Katie's mother Amy, 69, is suffering with a life-limiting lung condition called idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

Due to her illness Amy is considered to be in the high risk category for coronavirus, therefore Katie and Harvey decided to sit outside during their visit.

During the short clip, business mogul Katie, 43, questioned her son Harvey and asked him if his nan would be happy with his rude language.

Feeling apologetic, Harvey laughed as he replied: "F***'s sake. Sorry nanny. Just open it you plonker."

Katie then scolded Harvey once again and said: "Harv, you mustn't swear!"

Harvey chimed: "Sorry about that you d***head."

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As their visit came to an end, the teen told his grandma: "Great to see you forever."

In February, Katie revealed to her fans that her mother only had 32% lung capacity and didn't have a long time left to live.

Despite the sad news, Amy is hoping a lung transplant could prolong her life.

Speaking openly about the situation, mother-of-five Katie previously explained: "Now she's on oxygen, it's hit home again. She's only got like 32% left of her lung capacity. So if you imagine now being that out of breath, it must be awful, and it's an awful way to go.

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She added: "It's horrible to see my mum go through it because she's so active, it's cruel."

Appearing on Good Morning Britain via Zoom in February, Amy also explained her ordeal to viewers as she spoke about her anguish of not being able to see her family during the pandemic because of her condition.

Sitting beside her daughter while on the show, Amy said: "I'm very up and down really, to be honest with you. Obviously it's terminal and I should imagine I'm in the last couple of years now.

"What with Covid and everything, if I catch a cold or Covid there's just no hope, so that would be the end of it for me.

"But positively, I'm hoping, I'm pushing to see if I can get on the transplant list.

"Because there is no cure there's nothing else they can do for me really, it's just palliative care, they're just trying to keep me comfortable."

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