Katie Price and her son Harvey were flooded with love as they appeared on Good Morning Britain to discuss her campaign to crackdown on internet trolls.

Mum and son joined hosts Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley via video call to talk about Harvey's Law and Track A Troll.

The interview was going brilliantly until a technical blunder caused Harvey, 19, to swear.

A piece of lighting equipment suddenly tumbled into the shot, falling over in front of them.

Katie was quick to reassure her son

Doting mum Katie, 43, laughed as she brushed off what had just happened and was quick to reassure Harvey, who has autism which has symptoms including an aversion to loud noises or unexpected changes.

"Oh did that fall down? Don't worry, Harv. That's live TV for you," she told him as a crew member put the equipment back back into place.

Following the blunder, Harvey uttered: "What the f*** is that?"

But he cheered when Susanna pointed out on the ITV breakfast show that Harvey had been nominated to win Celebrity of the Year at the National Diversity Awards.

Co-host Richard later apologised for the swearing.

He said: "We just have to quickly say there was a little bit of inadvertent swearing earlier.

"It was completely inadvertent. Obviously if you were affected by it, we apologise. But I think we can live with it."

Viewers watching at home were charmed by Katie and Harvey.

Katie is campaigning for Harvey's Law and Track A Troll

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

"I love Harvey he brightens my day and Katie is an amazing mum xxx" said another.

"Katie Price a good mum looking out for and protecting Harvey," another tweeted.

"I love Harvey Price, he's a legend," another fan said.

Mother and son on Katie Price: Harvey & Me

Katie has been campaigning to bring Harvey's Law into place to make it illegal to troll or abuse others online after the trolling her family has endured.

She also launched the Track A Troll petition, calling for social media users to have to sign up with verified identification documents so they can be traced and held accountable if they share vile abuse or threats to other users.

Harvey also has partial blindness, the genetic condition Prader-Willi syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

In January Katie documented her search for a residential college for Harvey in a BBC programme.

Viewers saw Katie's painstaking progress of applying for a college as well as how she deals with Harvey at home and viewers were left seriously impressed.

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In April Katie was horrified after her son smashed a car window during a bout of hiccups.

The former glamour model sounded shaken as she recorded a video of herself talking to Harvey about what had just happened.

Posting the video to Instagram, she wrote : "Welcome to my bank holiday Monday a normal day off Harvey’s reaction to hip cups."

Supportive messages came flooding in including from one fan who said: "Bless him. Autism is definitely about rainbows and storm clouds, as soon as the storm clouds pass the rainbow shines through.

"Big respect to all the families with autism in there life its never plan sailing but they are so rewarding.

"Autism awareness from one autism mother to another, we got this."