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Katie Price fans in SHOCK over Harvey’s secret musical talent

He recently set up his own Instagram account, where he’s already amassed a whopping 127k followers.

And Harvey Price used the social media platform to showcase his hidden talent on Wednesday.

16-year-old son left fans gobsmacked when he shared a video of himself showing off his incredible piano skills.

In a short clip uploaded to his account, the teenager – who suffers from multiple disabilities including blindness, Prader-Willi syndrome and ADHD – effortlessly played Beethoven’s Fur Elise.

He captioned the video: “I love playing the keyboard.”

One user wrote: “Very talented, way to go Harvey!”

A second chimed: “Well done, you played that so well.”

While a third fan exclaimed: “That’s beautiful Harvey!! Keep up the good work mate. Inspirational.”

Harvey Price wears green glasses

HIDDEN TALENT: Katie Price’s son Harvey shocked fans with his impressive keyboard skills (Pic: INSTAGRAM / HARVEY PRICE )

And a final added: “Amazing a brilliant talent.”

It comes after trolls mocked up a picture of Harvey as ISIS schoolgirl Shamima Begum with the words, “Let me back you c****.”

The phrase is in reference to the time Harvey swore on live TV when doing an interview with his mum.

Harvey uploaded the image to his Instagram account and heartbreakingly asked: “Why do this to me?”

Model Katy Price and her son Harvey prior to a Celebrity Charity Match at Sixfields on April 15, 2018 in Northampton, England. (

TROLLS: Cruel trolls made a mocked up a picture of Harvey as ISIS schoolgirl Shamima Begum (Pic: GETTY )

 Katie Price and her son Harvey Price seen leaving BBC TV studios after appearing on Victoria Derbyshire TV showsighting on February 06, 2019 in London, England

BIGGEST SUPPORT: Katie has been working tirelessly to make online trolling a criminal offence (Pic: GETTY )

Horrified at the post, many users rushed to blast the cruel trolls for their sickening stunt.

Katie has been fighting tirelessly for “Harvey’s Law”, which, if passed, would see online trolls prosecuted for their verbal abuse.

She began a petition to make trolling a criminal offence and it received over 220,000 signatures last year.

MP’s are also preparing to discuss the issue of making online bullying a crime in the coming weeks.

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