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Made In Chelsea star locked in House of Lords after terror attack

Star tweeted as events unfolded in London

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The suspected terrorist attack at Westminster in London sent shockwaves around the world and one Made in Chelsea star was caught up in the horror.

Georgia Toffolo was able to give a running commentary on what was going on from inside the Houses of Parliament.

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The 22-year-old was at an awards ceremony being held in the House of Lords when she was told the whole place was on lockdown.

Meanwhile, just outside, police had shot a knife-wielding terrorist.

He’d launched his deadly attack, ramming a vehicle into tourists killing two people then stabbing and killing a policeman.

Georgia a.k.a ‘Toff’ tweeted: “It is all very scary for us and we are in lockdown at the moment in the Lords Terrace.

“The incident is still ongoing and there are so many police and helicopters and ambulance crews around,” she explained.

“Everyone in here is all safe but it very scary as we are really close to what happened,” she said.

“We are in lockdown and will be here until we are allowed to leave and there are areas that we cannot go to.

“Four policeman have just run through the area where we cannot go and things are stepping up a level. It is very, very scary,” she reported.

“We are on lockdown and have been asked to stay inside for the time being and inside with parliamentary staff watching intently as to what is happening,” the reality TV star continued.

“It is very loud and you can see the helicopters and sirens and there are emergency services everywhere. We are just praying that everyone is safe.”

Toff said she’d keep her followers updated as events unfolded outside and she complemented the police on their quick response to the attack.

She tweeted: “A group of 8 of us have been ordered to stay in a corner all together. Really firm security forces moved us here. Feeling proud of our boys.”

And showing some bulldog spirit, she added: “In the face of such depravity a certain aspect of National pride is overwhelming all of us.”

Over on Instagram she posted more info, sharing pics of her view through the House of Lords windows, saying: “Our view from the Lords Terrace on lockdown. Praying for everyone to be safe.

“Will keep updating. Secretary of State and Lord Mancroft were at the same event as me but not here now. So awful.

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Earlier, Katie Price described the scenes in central London when she got caught up in the confusion. She said it was like a scene from a film.

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