Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kourtney Kardashian got more than she bargained for when a freak hailstorm soaked her at a fashion show
Reality TV star Kourtney was watching Dolce & Gabbana’s new open-air show with a string of fellow celebrities.
But the heavens unfortunately opened and the Venice show promptly descended into chaos as high-profile guests including Helen Mirren, January Jones, Kate Bosworth and Lady Kitty Spencer had to quickly duck for cover.
The A-listers were all crammed in to watch the latest D&G designs be unveiled, but Kourtney, like many of her fellow stars, was pelted with hailstones during the show.
And it wasn’t long before comical videos were shared across many fashionistas’ social media pages showing the ensuing chaos unfold, as superstar guests scarpered to get away from the torrential downpour.
Amazingly, fashion house D&G had anticipated the pending bad weather and brought the show forward by an hour.
But even still they were caught out by the crazy storm which saw Kourtney and boyfriend Travis Barker soaked by the elements.
Kourtney is pictured seeking sanctuary under an umbrella while fellow celeb Emma Weymouth can’t stop grimacing amid all the commotion.
Celebrity stylist Brad Goreski posted video of himself sheltering under a coat – and giving Lady Kitty welcome cover as well as the hailstones pelted down.
And one social media user was quick to pick up on Brad’s post.
“Some of my favourite internet content right now is watching the videos of celebs getting pelted by hail at the Dolce & Gabbana menswear show in Venice,” they wrote. “This video is from celebrity stylist Brad Goreski.”
“God sending hail down on the Dolce & Gabbana show will forever be funny, they really said “stop this nonsense!” added another.
A third penned: “Me? The Hail at the Dolce & Gabbana Show,” while a father joked: “Scandal at the Dolce Gabbana show yesterday in Venice Italy, a few of my friends were walking and watching the runway and the models where screaming OW!…”
And actress Kate shared a social media post which read: “I’m sure this has circled social media, but a hailstorm had us all running for cover.”