Katie Price’s son Harvey tells her ‘don’t cry’ in moving plea after surgery

Katie Price 's son Harvey Price has urged his 'brave' mum to get better after she underwent surgery after breaking both of her feet.

The 18-year-old teen star told his beloved reality star mum to "stop crying" in a heartfelt social media clip as he told her to recover after her painful operation.

He said: "Mummy, I hope you feel brave and please may you fix the foot and doctors and nurses.

"Mummy's so brave and don't cry."

Katie could be heard asking if "mummy has been crying".

Harvey responded with a yes, and then Katie added: "It's only because it hurts mummy, isn't it?"

Katie also shared another clip on social media after her hospital procedure.

It saw Harvey proudly showing off a picture he had drawn for his mum that saw her in a wheelchair alongside NHS nurses.

Katie told her fans: "Harvey wanted me to film him again bless him .. love him so much and how much he expresses how much he loved his mum he is so cute."

The former glamour model added two hearts to the end of her caption, sharing the video with her 2.3m followers on Instagram.

Katie fractured both heels jumping off a wall at theme park Land of Legends while on holiday in Turkey.

She was recently left devastated after being told by doctors that her injuries are "life changing" and she "couldn't have done a worse job" to herself.

The media personality revealed the surgeon's diagnosis just moments before she went in to surgery.

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She told the camera crew who were following her journey to surgery: "They're smashed, broken and it's bad, really bad."

Katie emerged eight hours later from operation with even more heartbreaking news.

After taking a look inside her feet, the surgeons discovered her injuries were worse than they'd previously thought.

Katie explained: "They were more smashed up and mangled… which made their job harder.

"It will be two years before I can absolutely walk properly."

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