The mum-of-five shared a video message from her 16-year-old son to her 1.9million followers encouraging them to follow him.
She said: "My beautiful baby boy wants to learn to post on his own page his drawings playing the keyboard and everything else @mrharveyprice."
Harvey said: "Welcome to my Instagram. Woohoo.
"Hello everyone. My Instagram name is Harvey Price."
He then starts singing and dancing to Drake's Kiki do you love me tune.
Just 15 minutes later, Katie asked her fans to also follow her 11-year-old daughter Princess.
But the page was suddenly "unavailable" after hundreds of fans begged her not to let strangers follow Princess online.
One said: "Omg you need to take this down. You will have all kinds of perverts following her."
Another added: " so all perverts looking at her daughter how lovely. A lot of parents have banned their children from it!!"
Someone else said: "I find it sad that you've put Harvey on Instagram knowing what hes been through with trolls now with princess. You are clearly seeking attention!"
On Tuesday, Katie’s petition to make online abuse a specific criminal offence won the backing of a parliamentary committee.
A report by the House of Commons Petitions Committee said self-regulation of social media has failed and current laws are not fit for purpose.
She launched the petition after Harvey was targeted by trolls and it attracted more than 220,000 signatures before being closed early due to the 2017 general election.
Harvey is partially blind, autistic and has Prader-Willi syndrome.
He was so badly trolled on Katie's eBay recently, the page was taken down.
But today the former glamour model decided to give her son access to the account for him to share dancing and drawing.
He's already posted five times today as well as three Instagram stories.
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