Harvey Price melts hearts as he does a train announcement on the Gatwick Express

‘His dream came true!’ Harvey Price melts hearts as he does an official train announcement on the Gatwick Express after a hospital appointment

His love of trains was highlighted during the BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey & Me, when he travelled to stations and pretended to call out the announcements

And now, Harvey Price, 20, has melted hearts as he did an offifical train announcement on the Gatwick Express while travelling home after a hospital appointment.

On Sunday, Katie Price, 44, took to TikTok where she shared a video of her eldest son informing passengers of the train they were on.

 

Amazing! Harvey Price, 20, melted hearts as he did an official train announcement on the Gatwick Express while travelling home after a hospital appointment

Amazing! Harvey Price, 20, melted hearts as he did an official train announcement on the Gatwick Express while travelling home after a hospital appointment

While the tannoy was held up to his mouth by the conductor, Harvey said: ‘Hello and welcome aboard the Gatwick Express to Victoria to Brighton via Gatwick Airport to East Croydon.’

With his mum softly correcting and coaching him, Harvey continued: ‘London Victoria to Brighton via Gatwick Airport.’

Katie told him to say: ‘My name is Harvey Price and I’ll be looking after you,’ but her son instead told travellers: ‘My name is Harvey Price. Mummy look after you.’

Captioning the clip on TikTok, Katie wrote: ‘Harvey’s dream came true today doing a announcement on the #gatwickexpress going home after his hospital appointment.’

Sharing the moment: On Sunday, Katie Price took to TikTok where she shared a video of her eldest son informing passengers of the train they were on

Sharing the moment: On Sunday, Katie Price took to TikTok where she shared a video of her eldest son informing passengers of the train they were on

Sweet! Katie told Harvey to say: 'My name is Harvey Price and I'll be looking after you,' but her son instead told travellers: 'My name is Harvey Price. Mummy look after you'

Sweet! Katie told Harvey to say: ‘My name is Harvey Price and I’ll be looking after you,’ but her son instead told travellers: ‘My name is Harvey Price. Mummy look after you’

Fans of Harvey – who is on the autism spectrum, born with disabilities including partial blindness, ADHD and Prader-Willi syndrome – were quick to share their support.

One commented: ‘Omg, when he said Mommy look after you…..melts your heart seriously.’

Someone else gushed: ‘”Mummy look after you” bless him. He did so good,’ while another added: ‘“Mummy look after you” Harv’s such a king.’

King Harvey! Fans of Harvey - who is on the autism spectrum, born with disabilities including partial blindness, ADHD and Prader-Willi syndrome - were quick to share their support

King Harvey! Fans of Harvey – who is on the autism spectrum, born with disabilities including partial blindness, ADHD and Prader-Willi syndrome – were quick to share their support

Exciting: His love of trains was highlighted during the BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey & Me, when he travelled to stations and pretended to call out the announcements

Exciting: His love of trains was highlighted during the BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey & Me, when he travelled to stations and pretended to call out the announcements 

One fan commented: ‘Awwww hes so precious mannn melts my heart,’ as another cheered him on, writing: ‘Awwwww well done Harvey great job.’

Harvey’s love of trains was evident to see in his popular BBC documentary as he and friend Zack watched the watched the trains come in and out of Waterloo station. 

The heartwarming Gatwick Express video comes a year after Harvey became the diversity and inclusion ambassador for an electric rail company.

Fan: Harvey's love of trains was evident to see in his popular BBC documentary as he and friend Zack watched the watched the trains come in and out of Waterloo station

Fan: Harvey’s love of trains was evident to see in his popular BBC documentary as he and friend Zack watched the watched the trains come in and out of Waterloo station

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