Unless you’ve been asleep for the last week you are probably aware of Harvey’s Priceless appearance on Loose Women.
When asked how he responds to the appalling online trolls who have become an all too common part of his life he replied simply: “Hello you cunts.” Perfect.
— Adams Thumb (@DalianUK) May 17, 2016
Following his appearance, a bespoke clothing brand have turned Harvey’s expletive response into a new line of t-shirts – with all proceeds being donated to Great Ormond Street children’s hospital, reports The Mirror.
The company behind the tees is Bowl Cut Garms, who decided to produce the garment to show their respect for Harvey, who suffers from septo-optic dysplasia, causing blindness and a growth hormone deficiency.
The tee simply features a picture of Harvey’s face and his, now infamous, quote:
Joe Kapiche, owner of Bowl Cut Garms, said the idea started as a joke, but within five minutes it had been created and posted on Instagram – and it sounds like it was a great move, as demand was so high for the shirts that they sold out in less than 24 hours.
Although Katie tried desperately to tell Harvey off for his language and Andrea McLean issued a swift apology, most people really weren’t too offended.
In fact they loved his response:
I do love @MissKatiePrice 🙌 and good for Harvey Price for standing up for himself! 💪
— Tom Snuggs (@tomsnuggs) May 17, 2016
Love Harvey Price. That's exactly how you should respond if people are horrible to you 👍🏼
— Vlach Ashton (@VlachAshton) May 17, 2016
Harvey Price 😂😩❤️ 1 love keeping it real
— Han (@hannahharmony) May 17, 2016
Ahh! Just seen the clip of Harvey Price! #Legend The C word is perfect for those trolls!!
— Kim Carberry (@NorthumMam) May 17, 2016
But Harvey’s influence didn’t end there. Two brothers have also had the quote tattooed onto their feet:
Fair enough guys!
The Harvey tee cost £19.99 and all profits were donated to Great Ormond Street.
If you’ve been a victim of cyber bullying, you can contact the Bullying UK helpline on 0808 800 2222.