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Katie Price’s youngest daughter Bunny has revealed she “runs away” whenever her older brother Harvey has a outburst and "smashes stuff".
The 42 year old is mum to Harvey, 18, Junior, 15, Princess, 13, Jett, seven, and Bunny, six.
Katie’s oldest son Harvey has a number of health conditions including Autism, Prader-Willi syndrome and Septo-Optic Dysplasia, which effects his brain function, hormones and vision.
Harvey, who is currently staying in a separate house from Katie packed with CCTV, has a long list of other medical conditions which has an impact on his behaviour.
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Katie has previously revealed how the young lad’s outbursts cause him to break things and smash holes in walls.
Speaking to The Sun in November, she said: “He'll smash things up if you say no. I’ve had to re-plaster my walls because he’ll bash holes in them with his head.
“He knows what nice things taste of. I’ll give him sweet potato chips instead of real fries but he knows the difference.”
And now Katie, who recently said she wrote a goodbye letter to cocaine, has had to make the heartbreaking decision to move her son to a residential college.
In a BBC documentary called Katie Price: Harvey and Me, which is focussing on Katie and Harvey making the decision of which residential college the teen will attend for the next stage in his life, six year old Bunny has shared how she reacts when Harvey breaks things.
Bunny and her brother Jett, who Katie shares with ex Kieran Hayler, are seen doing some drawings for Harvey in a clip seen by Daily Star.
Little Bunny is seen using the colour green to show just how much she loves her big brother.
And, when asked on what Harvey is like as a brother, Bunny says: “He's nice. Sometimes he does kick off.”
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The interviewer then asks the little girl: “And what does that mean when he kicks off? What does he do?”
She then explains: “He smashes stuff on the wall, like that crack over there" and gestures towards the wall.
And, when asked what she does when Harvey gets upset, Bunny says: “Run away and go upstairs.”
Katie is set to open up on her decision to send her eldest son to residential college in the BBC doc.
Mum of five Katie explained: “It's not because I don't want to see him, but I have to give him a chance to have an independent life.”
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