Katie Price’s son Harvey told off for swearing at Carl Woods as they splash around in the pool on St Lucia holiday

KATIE Price couldn't help giggling as she told off her son Harvey for swearing at fiance Carl Woods in a sweet video from their St Lucia holiday.

The 43-year-old star and Carl, 32, whisked her daughter Princess, 14, and disabled son Harvey, 19, away earlier this month for a sunshine break.


And Carl showed just how close he is to Katie's eldest son as they enjoyed quality time together on the paradise island.

Katie captured Carl spilling a cup of water over Harvey – which prompted the teen to swear at Carl several times as Katie playfully scolded him.

She posted the clip on her Instagram, and could be heard saying: "Woah, you can't keep swearing!"

Harvey said "sorry" but still continued to swear as Katie laughed.

She asked her son: "What did it feel like?"

And Harvey responded: "Like a f******* shower."

Katie also took some stunning shots of Harvey as he held his breath under water.

The celeb captioned the video: "HOLIDAY MADNESS WITH HARVEY🤪 Had such a great holiday with the family!❤️"

Earlier this week, car dealer Carl treated fans to a selfie with the 19-year-old, who he described as a “top man”, taken as they lounged in the sun by the pool.

The pair headed on a luxurious holiday with Katie and Princess, 14, while the rest of her children remain in the UK.

Carl, who is due to marry Katie this year, has grown very close to Harvey and last week he protectively defended the teen – explaining why he hadn’t been in many of the family's holiday snaps.

Carl explained how Harvey's autism means he needs familiarity to make him feel comfortable which means he's often in his room.

He said: "Having autism, it means you are nervous of new environments. Therefore Harvey likes to stay in his safe place.

"This means he likes being in his own room with his own pool which he has (we all stay in his room to have room service)."

When Harvey has appeared – in a swimming pool snap and preparing to board a helicopter – he has looked to be having a great time.

 

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