KATIE Price has spoken of her pride after her son raised thousands for the NHS.

Harvey Price created a design featuring a frog and a rainbow to show his support for the health service.

The 17-year-old’s artwork has since been printed on T-shirts and sold online, with all profits going to NHS charities.

And the tops have proved to be incredibly popular, raising about £12,000 already.

Katie told The Sun: “I am so proud of him.

“Harvey loves to draw – this is Harvey doing his bit for the NHS.

“The doctors and nurses have been there for Harvey from the day he was born.

“Without them he wouldn’t be where he is today – he’s already got loads of new designs ready to go.”

Harvey is partially blind and autistic, as well as having Prader-Willi syndrome.

This is a rare genetic condition with symptoms including an excessive appetite and weight gain, learning difficulties, behavioural problems and weak muscles.

As a result, he is categorised as high-risk for contracting coronavirus and has been isolating at home with his mother to minimise the risk of infection.

But Harvey has used his time in lockdown productively and Katie said he has plans to further his fundraising efforts for the NHS.

Posting on Instagram, the Brighton-born former glamour model said: “Have you seen my very talented Harvey Price has designed his own NHS rainbow T-shirt?

“Due to popular demand, it is now also available as a hoodie at TeeJunkie.⁣⁣⁣⁣

⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣“One hundred per cent of profits from the sales of all T-shirt and hoodies will be donated to NHS Charities Together and Cavell Nurses’ Trust, which helps working and retired nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants who are suffering personal or financial hardship.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣“Please help us raise much-needed funds for the NHS and nurses by getting yours now from www.teejunkie.com.”

This is not the first time Harvey’s artwork has made the headlines, with the teenager now boasting an impressive portfolio of published and printed work.⁣

In April last year, the train enthusiast was thrilled to find out his painting of the Gatwick Express service had been chosen by Gatwick Airport station manager Dan Burn to be displayed on the wall after seeing the piece on social media.

Mr Burn said: “I saw this picture on Harvey’s Instagram account and loved it so wanted to see how we could celebrate it at the station.

“It felt amazing. Seeing his face when it was unveiled was priceless. His whole family were so proud of him and rightly so.”

  • The coronavirus Sussex Crisis Fund has been set up to help those affected by the pandemic. The Argus’s charity and American Express have each donated £50,000 to kick-start the appeal. Grants will usually be for up to £5,000. More information is available at www.sussexgiving. org.uk/apply. To donate visit www.totalgiving.co.uk/appeal/sussexcrisisfund