Katie Price and Harvey on Loose Women spreading anti-bullying message

Yes Katie!

Katie Price Harvey

by Hannah Evans |
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Katie Price has once again proved she's an absolute hero, this time with her campaign against online bullies.

KP, her son Harvey and mum Amy appeared on this morning's Loose Women to promote their new petition calling for online bullying to be made a criminal offence.

Already the petition has reached over 200,000 signatures, double the amount needed for the issue to be debated in parliament.

Speaking on the programme Katie said:

"We wanted to make a difference so we started an online petition.

"It’s a law we want passed for online bullying. If [the bullies] knew there was a consequence they might think twice about it. People have committed suicide because of bullies and it’s about time something was done about it."

This is an issue close to Katie's heart as her disabled son, Harvey, is regularly targeted by trolls.

When Katie asked Harvey what they were on the show to say, he replied, ‘Don’t [going to] be horrible to Harvey’.

Last week, the chat show host uploaded screenshots of memes that mocked Harvey and had been made by trolls.

In the caption, Katie commented just how horrible they were, and we totally agree.

But while Katie often talks about Harvey's case, she also wants to make it clear the campaign is not just for him.

"It’s for everyone, not just Harvey," she explained.

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