Katie Price has praised the NHS and shared her relief after her son Harvey received his second Coronavirus vaccine.
The 18-year-old, who has a number of disabilities including autism, partial blindness and Prader-Willi Syndrome, had a terrifying hospital dash following a bad reaction to his first jab.
In February, Harvey was rushed to hospital after receiving his vaccine.
Sources close to the family said at the time that Harvey was "shaking uncontrollably" and that he had a high temperature.
Doctors confirmed that Harvey's illness was a reaction to the life-saving vaccine, which of course isn't uncommon for some people.
Thankfully, Harvey hasn't had any side effects since having his second dose last week.
Katie, 42, told The Sun : "I am in awe of the NHS - they are amazing, without them Harvey would not be here today.
"I don't want anyone worrying about him as he’s fine now at home eating carrot cake. Despite Harvey's reaction, he is one of a kind, the Covid jab is so important especially for those in high risk categories.
"I am so much happier in the knowledge Harvey is safer now he has had his."
A source told the newspaper that Katie had been worried about her son when he took ill, as she always "fears the worst" when it comes to his health.
This time around, Harvey recovered quickly and Katie has urged everyone to get the vaccine.
She later posted on her social media: "The doctors and nurses were fantastic so I can't wait to still have my Covid injection and I still recommend everyone else have it and Harvey is safe and well."
Katie then shared a video of herself getting the jab, despite her fear of needles.
She wrote: "Finally had my 1st covid and I hate needles but it actually was over before I could start playing up"
Harvey could be heard in the background telling his mum to "be brave" and telling her to breathe in and out for three seconds each.
Katie twisted her face and scrunched her eyes together in fear but cracked a big smile as soon as the injection was over.