Katie Price feared something dramatic would leave Harvey alone before drink drive crash

Katie Price admitted she fears a catastrophe would leave her son Harvey alone in her book Harvey and Me.

The 43 year old model's book about her bond with her eldest son Harvey was written in the months before her drink driving car crash.

Last month Katie, who recently broke her silence over the crash, plead guilty to drink driving, driving whilst disqualified and driving without insurance after a car crash near her home in Sussex.

Now, in a haunting extract from her book, Katie admitted fears her son Harvey, 19, would be left alone if "sometime dramatic happened in my life".

The exclusive extract from her upcoming book, titled Harvey and Me, shared with OK! shows Katie discussing her son's new school.

Harvey stays in a residential school, National Star in Cheltenham, which he began in September this year.

Katie writes of Harvey moving away to residential school: "I don’t like the thought of being apart from him. I’ve always felt secure knowing that no one can take Harvey away from me, and I know it sounds stupid, but this feels like he’s being taken away from me."

She adds: "I’m slowly starting to get over the distance now. I’ve been reminding myself that he’s absolutely fine.

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"In fact, he’s more than fine – he’s loving it! He’s got a lovely room and it’s his home away from home. I know he’s settled in and enjoying himself. But I’m not going to lie, I feel totally lost without him."

Mum-of-five Katie, who also recalled the moment Harvey's biological father Dwight Yorke disowned Harvey in the book, admitted she felt reassured that Harvey could stay in the school all year round if need be.

She said: "Harvey will be living at National Star for 52 weeks of the year, which means he can stay there as long as he likes – even throughout all of the holidays, including Christmas.

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"Obviously he’s going to come home, but it’s a relief to know that he can always be there. It’s a real security blanket for me.

“For example, if something dramatic happened in my life, and let’s be honest, that’s a common occurrence, I don’t have to be thinking, ‘What’s going to happen to Harvey? Who’s going to look after him?’

"It’s a massive weight off my shoulders to know that if he absolutely has to, he can stay there.

"I feel like now, for the first time, I can breathe. And even though I do, I shouldn’t feel guilty for that.”

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