The 42-year-old reality TV star shared the plight of Olivia, who has a cleft lip as well as other complex health needs, and said she would try to help.
The little girl has a duplication of one of her chromosomes and as she gets older it is not clear what paths her future development will take.
Olivia can’t take anything by mouth because she was born with a cleft lip and palate, and her stomach was tied up so she couldn’t get sick.
Her fate touched the heart of Katie, who shared her story on Instagram and wrote alongside, “I would love (to have) in my family. ”
The former glamor model also added two heart emojis.
Social workers said Olivia is a “real person” who enjoys “music, toys, plush and bathing” as well as an “amazing smiley face”.
Devon-based adoption agency Families For Children said it was a ‘LAST CHANCE’ call to find a home for Olivia, who has been without a family her entire life.
If not, a permanent care solution will be found.
Families For Children started Family For Me, a project that helps find families for “hard to place” children.
Katie already has Harvey, 19, who has septo-optic dysplasia, a rare genetic condition affecting her eyesight, as well as autism and Prader-Willi syndrome which can cause learning difficulties and behavioral problems, as well as Junior, 15, Princess, 13, Jet, seven and Bunny, six.
She said she would look to expand her family further and sent her fans in turmoil when she put her hand on her stomach for a photo on Instagram, which sparked speculation she was already waiting for.
Katie told The Sun that she was frustrated that despite the rumors, the pregnancy tests were negative.
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She said, “It was so boring everyone thought I was pregnant but I wasn’t. I would have liked to be!
“I gained a lot of weight trying to eat really healthy – so I just wanted to say, ‘F *** off! ”
“We did pregnancy tests every month, but for the past few months we haven’t worried. It has been so disheartening.
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