Kieran Hayler has revealed the heartbreaking fact that Katie Price’s son Harvey has had three ‘daddies’ in just five months.
Katie ‘s eldest child, 16, is the biological son of ex-footballer Dwight Yorke, but the pair never had a relationship.
Harvey was seen through reality TV shows developing a close bond with Katie’s ex-husband Peter Andre from a young age, and affectionately called him ‘daddy’.
But now, Harvey, who suffers from a range of conditions, including Prader-Willi syndrome and being legally blind, has had three ‘daddies’ in just five months.
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Speaking exclusively to Mirror Online at the Shocktober Fest press night, Kieran explained that Harvey had called him ‘daddy’ too and that they were very close.
But by the time Kieran left the home he shared with Katie, Harvey was already calling Katie’s boyfriend Kris Boyson ‘daddy’ instead.
They dated for three months before Katie moved on to new toy boy, Alex Adderson, and Kieran believes he’ll have been prompted to call him ‘daddy’ too.
The 31-year-old, who shares children Jett, five, and Bunny, four, with Katie, told us: "I was very close with him. The thing with Harvey is you have to be very careful with the way you introduce people and the way you leave him.
"Problem is with me, is when I left that situation he was already calling Kris ‘Daddy Kris’ and the only reason he would have done that is because someone’s prompted him to do that."
He added: "Of course [he called me ‘daddy’], but then he was calling Kris ‘daddy’, and now it’s Alex so it’ll be ‘daddy Alex’, and there’s somebody telling him to do that because you can manipulate him like that, which isn’t fair."
Kieran also developed a close bond with Junior, 13, and Princess, 11, who Katie shares with Peter.
He said: "I still talk to Junior and Princess and I saw them last weekend, it just is what it is, it’s a sad situation and I’m trying to make the best out of it."
Mirror Online has contacted Katie’s representatives for comment.
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