Katie Price slips into a tracksuit after defending decision to put her son in care

Katie Price slips into a tracksuit after defending decision to put her son in care

She appeared on Friday's This Morning segment to defend her decision to send 16-year-old Harvey into full-time care at his school.And Katie Price p

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She appeared on Friday’s This Morning segment to defend her decision to send 16-year-old Harvey into full-time care at his school.

And Katie Price put her troubles out of her mind when she stepped out in a loose hoodie and tracksuit bottoms with a female pal on Monday.

The mother-of-five, 40, swamped her sexy curves in an over sized pink hoodie and she shoved her hands in her pockets to keep them warm.

Styling it out: Katie Price slipped into a tracksuit on Monday after she defended her decision to put her son Harvey, 16, in full-time care

Styling it out: Katie Price slipped into a tracksuit on Monday after she defended her decision to put her son Harvey, 16, in full-time care

Styling it out: Katie Price slipped into a tracksuit on Monday after she defended her decision to put her son Harvey, 16, in full-time care

Always seen out wearing tracksuits as she goes about her day-to-day life, of course Katie was spotted wearing another casual pair of khaki pants and trainers.

But unlike her usual image, the reality star ditched her heavy made up looks to showcase her natural glowing complexion. 

The glamour model-turn-businesswoman looked delighted as she joined her friend for some fresh air, albeit a little chilly. 

Wrapping up: The mother-of-five, 40, swamped her sexy curves in an over sized pink hoodie

Wrapping up: The mother-of-five, 40, swamped her sexy curves in an over sized pink hoodie

Frosty: She shoved her hands in her pockets to keep them warm

Frosty: She shoved her hands in her pockets to keep them warm

Wrapping up: The mother-of-five, 40, swamped her sexy curves in an over sized pink hoodie and she shoved her hands in her pockets to keep them warm

Signature style: Always seen out wearing tracksuits as she goes about her day-to-day life, of course Katie was spotted wearing another casual pair of khaki pants and trainers

Signature style: Always seen out wearing tracksuits as she goes about her day-to-day life, of course Katie was spotted wearing another casual pair of khaki pants and trainers

Signature style: Always seen out wearing tracksuits as she goes about her day-to-day life, of course Katie was spotted wearing another casual pair of khaki pants and trainers

Katie’s outing comes after she defended her decision to send her son into full-time care at his school on national television.

The mother-of-five said as Harvey grows older, stronger and more aggressive, she was considering this option and appeared on Friday’s This Morning to reveal she has decided to go ahead with it.

‘He is now six foot two, 24 stone and he’s still growing,’ she said. ‘And he kicks off. The other day he kicked a chair across a room over a muffin.

Fresh faced: But unlike her usual image, the reality star ditched her heavy made up looks to showcase her natural glowing complexion

Fresh faced: But unlike her usual image, the reality star ditched her heavy made up looks to showcase her natural glowing complexion

Fresh faced: But unlike her usual image, the reality star ditched her heavy made up looks to showcase her natural glowing complexion

 Explained: The brunette put her troubles out of her mind when she stepped out in a loose hoodie and tracksuit bottoms with a female pal

 Explained: The brunette put her troubles out of her mind when she stepped out in a loose hoodie and tracksuit bottoms with a female pal

 Explained: The brunette put her troubles out of her mind when she stepped out in a loose hoodie and tracksuit bottoms with a female pal

‘On Instagram, I only show him when he’s good. But he’s got a side to him. My house is smashed to bits. This year he has broken eight iPads and four TVs. Someone might bang the door and he’ll chuck something.

‘Some people think I’m out of order [sending him into care] but people don’t understand the situation.’

The former glamour model insisted she ‘doesn’t want sympathy’ but that things are very difficult at home, especially as she has four other smaller children.

‘Harvey wanted to come with me [to This Morning]. He thinks I am out getting him a carbonara. He’ll be waiting by the window for it,’ she said. ‘He is like a nightmare newborn. He goes into the kids’ room at night, says “boo”, and scares them.’

What's going on? She appeared on Friday's This Morning segment to defend her decision to send 16-year-old Harvey into full-time care at his school

What's going on? She appeared on Friday's This Morning segment to defend her decision to send 16-year-old Harvey into full-time care at his school

What’s going on? She appeared on Friday’s This Morning segment to defend her decision to send 16-year-old Harvey into full-time care at his school

Happy: The glamour model-turn-businesswoman looked delighted as she joined her friend for some fresh air, albeit a little chilly

Happy: The glamour model-turn-businesswoman looked delighted as she joined her friend for some fresh air, albeit a little chilly

Happy: The glamour model-turn-businesswoman looked delighted as she joined her friend for some fresh air, albeit a little chilly

Katie is mother to Junior, 13, Princess, 11, Jett, five and Bunny, four, and has made the decision to move Harvey into accommodation at his school with a heavy heart.

‘I love him so much, he’s my life. It has taken me ages to be convinced this is the best place for him,’ she said. ‘I would never want him to think I am palming him off – but I have no choice.’

She went on to explain: ‘I can still go, have dinner, tuck him into bed, he will only be there Monday-Friday.

Pictured: Katie's outing comes after she defended her decision to send her son into full-time care at his school on national television

Pictured: Katie's outing comes after she defended her decision to send her son into full-time care at his school on national television

Pictured: Katie’s outing comes after she defended her decision to send her son into full-time care at his school on national television

‘But he is so obsessed with me and I have never done respite [care] and when he triggers off it scares the [other] kids. And I can’t tell him off as he doesn’t understand. He gets into a rage.’

Katie explained that the arrangements have been made and she is just waiting now.

‘He was supposed to start on Monday but it didn’t happen, obviously,’ she said. ‘I am really nervous – I have asked if I can have him back if I don’t like it. But I can’t. I need to do this.’

For the best: Katie Price has defended her decision to send son Harvey, 16, into full-time care at his school

Choices: 'He is now six foot two, 24 stone and he's still growing,' she said. 'And he kicks off. The other day he kicked a chair across a room over a muffin'

Choices: 'He is now six foot two, 24 stone and he's still growing,' she said. 'And he kicks off. The other day he kicked a chair across a room over a muffin'

Choices: ‘He is now six foot two, 24 stone and he’s still growing,’ she said. ‘And he kicks off. The other day he kicked a chair across a room over a muffin’

Harvey is partially blind, autistic and has Prader-Willi syndrome.

She first revealed that things were trying at home earlier this week when she appeared on BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show, initially to talk about her pursuit for Harvey’s Law – a motion that would make online trolling a criminal offence. 

As talk turned to her own experience parenting a disabled child, Katie admitted she has to consider the safety of her four other children when it comes to Harvey staying at home, explaining they sometimes are scared of the teenager.   

Brood: Katie is mother to Junior, 13, Princess, 11, Jett, five and Bunny, four, and has made the decision to move Harvey into accommodation at his school with a heavy heart

Brood: Katie is mother to Junior, 13, Princess, 11, Jett, five and Bunny, four, and has made the decision to move Harvey into accommodation at his school with a heavy heart

Brood: Katie is mother to Junior, 13, Princess, 11, Jett, five and Bunny, four, and has made the decision to move Harvey into accommodation at his school with a heavy heart

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