Katie and Harvey Price praised by fans as GMB chat disrupted by technical gaffe

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Katie Price and her son Harvey were a hit with viewers during Monday's Good Morning Britain, as they came on the show to discuss her campaign for Harvey's Law.

Joining hosts Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley via video call, the interview was going brilliantly until a technical blunder threatened to disrupt things.

While Harvey and Katie were chatting to the studio, a lighting rig – which had been out of sight – suddenly tumbled into the shot, falling over in front of the mother and son.

Ever the professional, Katie managed to shrug off the blunder and seamlessly carried on with the interview, pointing out gaffes are part of the nature of live television.

"Oh, did that fall down?" she said, as a crew member popped into the shot to move the lighting rig to the side.

Reassuring Harvey, Katie added: "Don't worry, that's live TV!"

Meanwhile, watching from home, viewers were completely charmed by Harvey and Katie's positivity and warmth, as they asked GMB whether they could become regular fixtures on the show.

"Awww Harvey Price on #gmb he's amazing and Katie is amazing with him. They just adore each other," wrote one on Twitter.

"Katie Price & Harvey. Great to see them both," added a second, and a third penned: "#gmb Harvey is absolutely gorgeous he brightens up the day ! @KatiePrice you must be so proud!"

While a fourth remarked: "I'd rather have Katie Price host than Richard Madeley #gmb."

Katie has been campaigning to bring Harvey's Law into place for years, determined to make it illegal to troll or abuse others online.

Taking a stand against the trolling her family had endured, in 2019, she won the backing of a parliamentary committee to make it illegal to send abusive messages to a person online.

Katie has also proposed that the government create a registry of people who have trolled people online, clamping down on the rising waves of online abuse.

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