Katie Price says she can’t visit Harvey when misses her because of driving ban
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During an appearance on Good Morning Britain, Katie Price opened up about the struggle she faces due to not being able to drive and see her eldest son Harvey,
The 43-year-old star admitted that Harvey, 19, being so far from home is "hard" during an interview alongside her sister Sophie.
Presenter Susanna Reid asked how Harvey is doing and Katie replied: "Harvey's in Cheltenham now, he keeps ringing me saying, 'Mummy I miss you, I need your kisses and cuddles', so it is quite hard.
"Because obviously I don't get my licence back until December, so I can't just whizz in the car down there and it's not close.
"But he's doing Autism's Got Talent on Sunday where he's playing the keyboard, so I've told him to start learning a tune."
The Sun previously revealed that Harvey was accepted into National Star College which costs £350,000 per year and was one of the schools featured in Katie's BBC documentary Harvey & Me.
Despite the fact it's a three hour drive from her home, Katie fell in love with school as it gives Harvey the opportunity to live more independently and gain more skills.
Katie was supposed to get her driving licence back in April but this got pushed back another six months to December because of admin issues.
Katie had an 18 month disqualification from driving after withholding the identity of the driver of her pink Range Rover during a crash.
Earlier this year she rang the DVLA to arrange getting her license back but was told to serve another six months due to another offence for speeding.
Although it was believed that the forms Katie needed to fill out after the conviction were sent to an old address.
In total, Katie has now been banned from driving six times as she was banned for six months for totting up points in 2018, and has also been disqualified for being drunk in charge of a car.
Her son Harvey was born with ADHD, autism, genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome, and septo-optic dysplasia, which causes blindness.
She previously told The Sun: "It's so upsetting to think I won't see him every day but this is the best thing for Harvey and we have to think positively because I don't want him to think I'm just getting rid of him."
The star spent six months visiting colleges for teens with autism and learning difficulties to make sure that she sent her son to the best school for his needs.
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