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Harvey Price has been around TV camera crews from a young age alongside his mum Katie Price.

And throughout the years the 19-year-old – who has Prader-Willi Syndrome, an underactive thyroid, diabetes, is autistic and partially blind – has left viewers in stitches with his off the cuff comments and hilarious one-liners – which have led to him becoming a viral sensation on social media.

From calling his nan Amy a "plonker" during a YouTube clip to swearing on-air during appearances on Good Morning Britain and Loose Women here is a look at his best TV moments.

"Oh what a day!"

Harvey Price often appears on TV with his mum Katie Price
(Image: Katie Price/Instagram)

Harvey's BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me warmed the hearts of many.

And during one part of the film, Harvey and Katie took a tour around a college that was a potential option for the young adult to attend.

Scenes showed Harvey bowled over by the facilities and people he met at the specialist school as he and his mum spent the day taking it all in and deciding if it was a good fit for him.

Harvey often makes fans laugh with his hilarious one-liners during TV appearances
(Image: katieprice/Instagram)

As they were guided around the facility Harvey explained that it was a lot to take in as the tour wrapped.

The college worker praised Harvey as she said: "I think you have done really well looking at everything you have done."

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Sharing his thoughts he then let out a big sigh as he exclaimed: "Oh what a day!"

Proving that many viewers found they could relate to Harvey's sentiment shortly after the BBC documentary was aired the sweet moment became a video shared on TikTok and Instagram.

Harvey cracked viewers up on his BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me when he exclaimed "oh what a day"
(Image: BBC)

It was not the only cute moment from the college tour as in another segment as Harvey and Katie left the venue they were sent well-wishes from the staff.

Replying to the kind words, Harvey then said: "Lovely to meet you, babe, it is perfect!"

"Just open it you plonker"

On a YouTube video he called his nan Amy a "plonker" which has featured in several viral clips
(Image: Youtube)

Harvey often appears on Katie's YouTube channel and his adorable nature takes centre stage.

In a recent video, captured amid the coronavirus pandemic, fans saw the mother and son go to visit her mum Amy.

The pair were unable to go into Amy's house because she was isolating due to her terminal lung condition.

This meant that Katie and Harvey had to sit on Amy's patio to chat to her through her open garden doors.

Harvey and Katie took belated Christmas presents for Amy with them and during the gift exchange, Harvey – who was upset at not being allowed inside – playfully dubbed his gran a "plonker" which made for hilarious viewing.

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At the start of the video, Katie told Harvey to sit in his patio chair, but he asked to go inside the house.

"We can't go in because of the Covid," Katie said.

Harvey started getting upset as Katie tried to calm him down.

"Nanny I hate this," Harvey said.

Nan Amy agreed, as she told him: "I do as well but I can't do nothing about it."

Harvey then swore at Amy when she opened her presents from Katie, before apologising to his nan, by saying: "Sorry about that nanny.

"Just open it you plonker."

"Yeah babe"

The 19-year-old adorably called his mum "babe" during a 2015 appearance on This Morning
(Image: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Another of Harvey's most memorable TV moments was when he made presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford erupt into laughter back in 2015.

As Katie and Harvey appeared on This Morning, the former Page 3 icon explained to the hosts how she sometimes struggles with Harvey due to his medical issues.

In the clip, Katie quizzed Harvey on his behaviour.

Doting Katie asked him: "You do play up for mummy, don't you Harv?"

Harvey then cutely hit back with: "yeah babe."

"Hello, you c***"

Harvey stunned the Loose Women panel by telling his response to bullies live on-air in 2016
(Image: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

In 2016, teenage Harvey stunned the Loose Women panel by explaining what he says to bullies.

In a momentous interview, Harvey was brought onto the show by mum Katie as part of a discussion about internet trolls and the effect they have on their victims.

When asked about what he says to internet trolls, the teen replied with an expletive on the live television show.

Katie asked: "If someone says something horrible to Harvey, what does Harvey say?"

The teen responded: "Hello, you c***."

Panelist Andrea McClean immediately apologised, saying: "We apologise for that. But this is one of the reasons that we wanted to do this live."

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Floods of viewers came out in defence of Harvey on social media and claimed his description of bullies was perfect and Piers Morgan, who was also a guest on that show, was quick to step in afterwards and praise Katie's son.

"There are probably some idiots at home already firing away on their keyboards after hearing him swear because they think it's funny," he said.

"But I don't' think it is funny to mock Harvey. He's got great courage, a great sense of humour and his mum does an incredible job of looking after him.

"I have trolls targeting me everyday saying things like 'I hope you get beheaded by ISIS'. I like to respond by correcting their spelling. I can look after myself. But when it come to Harvey, he can't. You can see he is vulnerable.

"So come after me, even come after Katie but do NOT pick on boys like Harvey who cannot defend themselves."

"What the f**k?"

Harvey had a funny TV moment this week when he appeared on Good Morning Britain
(Image: ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Harvey's most recent TV moment happened this week when he appeared on Good Morning Britain.

He took part in an interview alongside his mum to discuss their ongoing campaign against online trolling.

Katie revealed that Harvey had refused to put an earpiece in, so therefore he couldn't hear what hosts Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid were saying to him.

However, the mum-of-five relayed their questions and comments to him and even told him to stop using his iPad halfway through the interview.

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As Katie chatted to Richard and Susanna, a piece of equipment blew over in front of her and her son, and someone working behind-the-scenes was forced to intervene.

Harvey confused as to what was going on was heard saying: "What the f**k?"

"Oh don't worry Harv, that's live TV for you!" Katie told him, trying to reassure her son before host Richard apologised to viewers for the swearing. Do you have a story to sell? Get in touch with us at [email protected] or call us direct 0207 29 33033.