The telly presenter was VERY honest during the latest show

We’re used to Katie Price getting tongues wagging whenever she makes a telly appearance.

And that’s exactly what the former glamour model did during Loose Women after revealing she’s considered hiring a prostitute for disabled son, Harvey when he turns 18.

Speaking to her fellow panellists on Wednesday, the mum-of-five confessed she’d even spoken with hubby, Kieran Hayler about it.

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My son’s 15 and he has autism and he’s going through puberty and it’s natural to experiment then,’ the mum-of-five explained.

‘Kieran has joked that we should get him a prostitute… And I have thought about it, I don’t know what to do, I don’t know if that’s what I want to.’

Katie’s confession comes after writer, Kathy Lette joined hosts Andrea McLean, Janet Street-Porter and Stacey Solomon on the ITV chat show to talk about her own autistic son.

Kathy and her son, Julius appeared on Loose Women on Wednesday (Photo by S Meddle/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Kathy admitted she’d thought about hiring a prostitute for Julius before he found love.

‘I did consider hiring a prostitute for him, but luckily he found a girlfriend,’ she told the ladies.

‘Curb crawling is illegal. So how do you address this? These kids are often cast off into Siberia – they are so lonely…

‘I thought it might lift up his self-esteem.’

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Whilst Kathy’s son has high-functioning autism, Harvey – who Katie shares with ex Dwayne York – suffers from severe autism, septo-optic dysplasia and Prader-Willi syndrome.

Katie and Harvey pose for a cute picture [Snapchat]

Meanwhile, LW suffered a few awkward technical difficulties after it was dramatically cut off air mid-chat.

During the interview with Kathy and her son, the sound abruptly stopped and then the visuals disappeared too. Instead a screen popped up with the message: ‘Sorry we’re experiencing technical difficulties’. Ooops!

Well, at least we can’t complain about the show being boring!