Katie Price has revealed on Loose Women today that she and husband Kieran Hayler have thought about getting a prostitute for her disabled son Harvey when he reaches 18
One thing you've got to admire about Katie Price is how honest and open she is about her life.
In her role as a panellist on Loose Women, she has made some pretty startling confessions.
But today's admission might take the biscuit - more shocking even than when she revealed she lets her two youngest children Bunny and Jett poo in the garden...
WATCH: Katie Price reveals she has thought about Harvey's possible romantic future on Loose Women
The mum-of-five revealed that she and her husband Kieran Hayler were thinking about paying for a prostitute to take her disabled son Harvey's virginity once he gets to 18.
Harvey, 15, is Katie's son by retired soccer player Dwight Yorke, and suffers from a number of disabilities, such as autism, partial-sight and Prader-Willi syndrome.
Katie admitted today on Loose Women that she has been wondering whether to get involved in his romantic life and whether or not he should be introduced to sex.
She revealed this as the panel were talking to author Kathy Lette and her autistic son Jules Robertson, as Kathy had considered hiring a prostitute for her son when he was 20 as he was struggling romantically.
Harvey is Katie's eldest child (Credit: Instagram/ Katie Price)
Katie said to Kathy: "My son Harvey has got autism and he's now 15 and naturally at 15 you go through puberty and it's natural to experiment with yourself.
"I had read what you said you would do. Your son is high functioning with autism but Harvey is the different end of spectrum, so is it fair for him to experience sex?"
Katie then added that her husband Kieran was actually the one to bring the idea to the table: "We sort of joked about it, and Kieran said, 'Shall we get him a prostitute for his 18th birthday?'
"For me, that's my little Harvey and he hasn't got a clue about those things, but what do you do? Should you bring it on, I don't know in my situation, what should I do? Do I leave it or should I let him experience it?"
Kathy was speaking about her autistic son Jules, who also appeared on the show (Credit: ITV/ Loose Women)
Kathy advised her to wait and see: "I think you wait and see if he's angst-ridden about it and if it's an issue for him. And for Jules it really was."
Towards the end of the segment, the Loose Women turned to Jules himself to ask what he'd thought of his mother's plan.
He said: "I would have thought about it. There's parts of it I would have enjoyed probably!"