Katie Price is no stranger to controversy.
In the past few months she has faced parenting criticism after allowing her nine-year-old daughter to wear make-up and now it seems people are divided on her comments about son Harvey.
Speaking on Loose Women, the mother-of-three revealed she would not have continued her pregnancy at the time had she known Harvey would have special needs.
"I was young when I had Harvey and I admit it, that if I knew he was blind before I had him, as harsh as it sounds, I probably would have aborted him.
"Because to me it's like, 'Oh my God, it's blind, how would I cope?'. I know it sounds harsh."
She went on to say that now, she would not change her son for the world now.
"But now it's like, oh my god no way. If I got pregnant again and they said, 'Your child's going to have disabilities,' or anything, I would definitely keep it.
"I would even adopt a child with disabilities. Until you're in that situation, you don't know."
Harvey, who suffers from Prader-Willi syndrome, was born when Katie was just 23 to football player Dwight Yorke.
"I absolutely love Harvey so much. I would never change anything about him. Yes it's challenging, but it's also rewarding.
"He's a great character and I love him. I don't think anyone should be ashamed at all if they've got a child with disabilities."
Watch the interview below: