TWO sets of identical Barnsley twins catwalked with Harvey Price in London to launch his new range of accessible clothing.
Levi and Lucas Atwal-Brice, who have autism and epilepsy, took to the catwalk along with their younger brothers Lotan and Lanson in London to showcase the range which celebrates and caters for neurodiversity.
Levi and Lucas’ dads Michael and Paul, of Thurnscoe, said how they were ‘beaming with pride’ at the sight of all four of their boys taking part.
“It’s incredibly important to show different disabilities and neurodiversity especially in present times,” said Michael.
“All the boys had a great time backstage with Harvey and the other models.”
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