Katie Price has explained why Harvey was why she crashed her car last year.
In September last year, The TV personality flipped her car on her way to visit a friend following while intoxicated.
In the documentary, Katie, 43, admitted that she struggled when Harvey, 19, moved into a residential school away from their Sussex home in August last year.
The former Glamour Model shared that Harvey’s absence had left a “void” in her life and at the time of the accident caused her to have anxiety levels.
She added: “I need babies and things to look after.”
She opened up about her anxiety surrounding Harvey and his new life and shared that she cannot “let go”.
Talking about Harvey, Katie said: “I’m used to 19 years of having him around me, living, breathing, smelling, the noise — everything.
“Then he’s just gone. How do I fill that void? I’m so used to having so much responsibility.”
Harvey – whose dad is former Manchester United footie star Dwight Yorke – was born with autism, septo-optic dysplasia, a learning disability and complex behavioural needs.
She pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and spent a month in rehab at The Priory, where she was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and given daily therapy.
Speaking in a new interview the mum of five confessed that if it wasn’t for her children she would have ended it all when she ended up seeking help at the facility last year.
Speaking to The Radio Times she explained: “I tried to kill myself before I ended up in the Priory.
“The only reason I didn’t was because of my children. So, if my kids weren’t here I wouldn’t be here today. Fact. The kids saved me.”
Katie is also mum to Junior, 16, and Princess, 14, with ex-husband Peter Andre, and Jett, eight, and seven-year-old Bunny with ex Kieran Hayler.
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