Inside Katie Price's son Harvey's new 3 bedroom house where he's 'already made holes in the wall'

KATIE Price has given fans a first look inside son Harvey's new three-bedroom house.

The 18-year-old is living in the property until he moves into his new residential college, and while he's happy with his new digs, Katie revealed he has already made some holes in the walls.

Speaking in her latest YouTube video, she said: "I've got this house for Harvey. A three bedroom house for what he needs and for all of his stuff. I've been doing it up for him before he goes to residential to get him used to the transition.

"And yes he's already made some holes in the walls and stuff. I keep plastering and trying to stay on top of everything to make it a nice home for him."

Katie, 42, promised in her next video everything would be ready for a tour including brand new carpets.

Katie previously told how the house is rigged with cameras so she can keep an eye on Harvey.

The mum of five told The Sun this month that she had made the heart-wrenching decision to put Harvey in a college three hours away, where he will live in the week.

To prepare him, Harvey, who turns 19 in May, is now living over the road from the Surrey home she shares with boyfriend Carl Woods.

She she told Us Weekly: "I've got him his own little house at the minute. It's opposite where we live. It's got all cameras in it.

"There's a carer who's known him for seven years from school. He's got his own kitchen. It's a three-bedroom house, so that's the start of his independent living.

"I'm doing it slowly for him. Otherwise I don't want him to think I've just sent him away. It's transitional.

"He knows now he's 19 he's going to a college. He's more excited about what his room's going to look like and if it's got a kitchen.

"He probably thinks I'm going to fill it up with lots of stuff which I won't be."

Katie revealed this week that she reached "crisis point" over Harvey saying he has smashed up cars that came to take him away and even attacked drivers.

Speaking on Radio 4's Women's Hour, she said: "The crisis point was the point that my windows were getting smashed every morning because he wanted to be with me.

"He knew, because he was big and strong, that he'd smash a window and then the driver wouldn't have him in the car because he’d go and smash the windscreen of the car, or he’d start attacking the driver.

"He’d do that because he knew if he did that, he’d be at home with me because they wouldn’t take him to school."

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