Khloe Kardashian has shared a cautionary message with her followers after Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash.
The former NBA star was tragically killed along with eight other people at the weekend, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
It has been reported that the helicopter came down in the Calabasas mountains close to Khloe's home, in foggy conditions.
The 35-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was a friend of the Bryant family and she has cautioned her social media followers that "tomorrow isn't promised to us."
The reality star took to Twitter to urge her 27.7 million followers to 'seize the day' in the wake of the tragic crash, as she posted her thoughts in a series of tweets.
Khloe began by writing: "Tomorrow isn't promised to us. So live as if today is your last day on earth. Love like you've never loved before. Dream deeper than you've ever imagined you could dream. Experience all that your heart desires. If tomorrow you wake and everything still remains, REPEAT"
Khloe continued minutes later by sharing her thoughts on the crash and the effect it has had on everyone.
She tweeted: "May our Heavenly Father cover everyone who’s hurting with his healing hands! My heart breaks for everyone who is in pain. What a tragedy"
The Good American fashion mogul finished with a message to her fans, as she reminded them that "life is fragile."
Khloe wrote: "I love you all! I’ll never be “too cool” to tell anyone I love them. I’ve always thought letting people know what they mean to you is the coolest. I love you guys. life is fragile! Stay in the moment- present"
In the immediate aftermath of the crash, Khloe tweeted at the time: "This can’t be real. There’s no way!!! My heart hurts.
"Please don’t let this be True. I’m shaking."
Khloe's sister Kourtney, who also lives near the crash site, tweeted after hearing the news: "My heart is with Vanessa and her babies"
Meanwhile Kim Kardashian posted a black-and-white photo of Kobe and his daughter on her Instagram story, writing: “My heart is so heavy.
"No one should ever experience what the families involved are going through.
"This has affected us all so much but I cannot begin to imagine what Vanessa is feeling losing her husband and her baby girl.
"I cry just thinking about it. I am praying for the Bryant family, the Altobelli family and the families of all who perished in this unthinkable tragedy.
"Rest In Peace Legend.”
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