Rosie Fortescue has been rushed to hospital to get an ear piecing removed.
The 'Made In Chelsea' reality star has revealed she has had "Friday morning hell" after spending the day in Chelsea and Westminster hospital, London, where she was forced to get an earring surgically taken out.
And the strawberry blonde beauty has thanked her friend Holly Anna Scarsella for coming to her rescue.
Alongside a picture of herself with her mascara smeared across her face with the puppy dog Snapchat filter edited on, which Rosie shared on her personal Instagram account on Friday (07.10.16), she wrote: "Friday morning hell in A and E getting an ear piercing removed Thank god for @hollyannascarsella for rescuing me (sic)."
However just hours before the television personality announced the news, she had shared a string of photos of her enjoying a pleasant day filled with a bundle of "treats".
Alongside a photo of a 'Matthew Williamson: Fashion, Print and Colouring Book', Aerin skin care products and a number of beauty products from Victoria Beckham's make-up collection VB x Estée Lauder, she wrote: "F R I D A Y treats @matthewwilliamson book, @victoriabeckham X @esteelauder make up and @aerin skincare (sic.)
Whilst another image, which she retweeted on her Twitter account, sees her relaxing in a cream jumper emblazoned with the weekday on it prior to the incident.
The tweet read: "@RosieFortescue knows what day it is. (sic)."
Meanwhile Rosie - who did not make an appearance in the recent 'Made In Chelsea: South of France' series despite starring in the popular E4 show since 2011 - has previously revealed she has no plans to walk away from the programme yet and is very grateful to the makers for giving her a platform to launch a career in the fashion business.
Speaking previously, she said: "It can be extremely hard at times being in the public eye but at the same time, 'MIC' has helped me so much to promote my loves, my blog and my jewellery brand ... I've learned to stick true to myself. Without staying grounded, I don't think I ever would have survived!"