Katie Price is preparing for her first public appearance since her alleged attack as she attends the National Television Awards with Harvey last night.
The 43-year-old and his son, 19, have been nominated for the Authors’ Documentary category thanks to their moving and inspiring programs Harvey and May.
An insider said: “Harvey is incredibly excited about the event and is going to London to attend his new college.
“Katie is so happy for him and can’t wait to pick him up and have a good time.
“She is very proud of it and the documentary so I really hope they win.
“Tonight is about Harvey and for mom Katie the world won’t remember her.”
Katie has not yet been seen in public after police were called to her home in Essex at around 1.30am on Monday, August 23.
A 30-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assault and theft.
The five-year-old mother was shown with a bruised face and cut lips after being allegedly stabbed in the attack.
Essex police have confirmed that he has been released on police bail by the end of this month.
Last month, a Harvey on the moon asked his followers to vote for him after the NTA was approved.
The teen won the audience in the documentary, after which Katie visited residential colleges when the disabled young man was ready to make a nest.
Harvey was born with ADHD, autism, genetic predisposition syndrome, and septo optic dysplasia, which causes blindness.
Fans were terrified of Katie’s devotion to her eldest child as she visited schools for six months to find the best match for her needs.
The Sun later revealed that Harvey was accepted into his first-choice college, National Star – at a cost of 350 350,000 a year.