Katie Price dealt another blow as clothing designer uses Harvey's photo to cash in with ‘hello you c**t’ facemasks

A SICK clothing designer is cashing in on Katie Price’s disabled son Harvey by selling offensive face masks with his photo on. 

The coronavirus face coverings feature a childhood picture of Harvey, now 18, and the words: “Hello you c***.”

Harvey, who was born with a range of complex needs, accidentally said the phrase live on ITV1’s Loose Women in 2016. 

American designer Corey Schroeder is flogging the masks for £13.45 on the marketplace website teepublic.com. 

He is also selling equally vile T-shirts, stickers and mugs with the same picture and quote.

A source close to Katie, 42, told The Sun: "Katie will be so upset, this is disgusting."

As her rep told us: "This is outrageous! Katie is not aware. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. Katie has not consented to having Harvey's image used for this purpose – I will be in contact requesting they desist immediately."


This comes just a week after Harvey and Katie appeared on the BBC1 documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me. 

The fly-on-the-wall show began as Harvey – who has a mental age of seven – celebrated his 18th birthday. 

He was then seen visiting residential colleges with devoted mum-of-five Katie, who wants to help him lead a more independent life now he is an adult. 

Harvey was born with Septic Optic Dysplasia, a rare disorder that affects brain function, hormones and vision. 

He also has Prader-Willi syndrome, which is a genetic condition that can impact muscle tone and the function of the nervous system, and he is autistic. 

Since the documentary aired, 42-year-old Katie – who is working hard to make online bullying and trolling illegal – has won widespread support and praise from fans. 

Harvey has also been offered the chance to become ambassador for the learning disability charity Mencap, and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with Network Rail.

The train enthusiast and his pal Zach seriously impressed bosses with their know-how and have both been asked if they would like to do a train announcement when lockdown is lifted.

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