Georgia Toffolo groaned that life couldn't get any worse after her dry cleaning was stolen from outside her home.
The reality star and former Queen of The Jungle, 23, has begged for some luck as she's been the bearer of bad news recently.
Following her Maldives fiasco, where she was detained as two pages of her passport were found to be missing just days before Christmas, Toff had fresh horror when her car was broken into on New Year's Eve and her handbag was pinched.
But the string of dreadful activities has continued as the former Made In Chelsea star realised her dry cleaning was taken from the door outside her lavish home.
A heartbroken Toff explained she was just two minutes away from the house when her dress was stolen.
She had asked the man, who does her dry cleaning, to leave it outside the front door for when she was back, and within minutes it had gone.
In a candid video she told her Instagram followers: "After the fiasco that I had in the Maldives, obviously I came back and then I got my car broken into… they stole – I try not to think about because it's such a lovely handbag.
"It's just got really personal things in there, not to mention my Waitrose card."
The devastated star continued: "Anyway so the story goes on.
"I have my dry cleaning dropped to my house and I was like two minutes away, so I asked my man to just stick it on the door, and I literally was home in about two minutes.
"And some bugger stole my dry cleaning, I mean could it get any worse? And I had the most beautiful dress, I'm so upset about it.
"I just think my own silliness has caused so many problems in the past month.
"I hope that bad luck happens in threes, and you couldn't write it. Who goes round stealing people's dry cleaning?"
Toff admitted her situation could have been worse, saying: "It could've been so much worse, I completely know that."
And giving herself note for the future, she added: "But I think I've got to stop being so trusting – just stop doing really silly things."
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