Late on Tuesday night, Stephanie Pratt took to Twitter to warn her Made in Chelsea co-star Louise Thompson to stay safe after the shocking stabbing incidents which unfolded in London during the same evening.
Initially, Stephanie tweeted: “Oh goodness there was a stabbing on my street earlier today [sad face] this daily violence in our backyards is so scary… be safe everyone”, to her 933k followers.
The 31 year old then added: “I hope he makes a full recovery”, referring to the 16-year-old who was stabbed in Kings Road.
After her worrying message to her followers, the American reality star turned her attention to Sam Thompson’s sister Louise.
“@LouiseAThompson not sure if u saw-two stabbings today next to us – one on Wandsworth Rd during the day and kings at 730!! Be safe”, tweeted Stephanie.
Fans sent message of support to Jonny Mitchell’s distressed girlfriend.
Stephanie Pratt and Jonny Mitchell attend the Amy Winehouse Foundation Gala [Getty ]
“It is scary I will pray for you”, tweeted one Twitter user.
Another concerned follower said: “Please stay safe blessed it be.”
Following Stephanie’s tweets, during the early hours of Wednesday morning, Kensington and Chelsea Metropolitan Police Service confirmed on Twitter that: “16-year-old youth stabbed in Kings Road, #Chelsea is now in a stable condition. Cordons will be lifted shortly. CID continue to deal.”
During Tuesday evening, the same account was warning people to stay away from the Kings Road area, saying: “Please avoid the Kings Road SW10 whilst we deal with an incident. We have closed part of the road, and traffic is heavy.”
Stephanie’s shocking revelation comes after she engaged in a very public display for affection with her Love Island boyfriend Jonny Mitchell as they passionately kissed on a red carpet.