The daughter of Tony Blair has been held at gunpoint in a terrifying robbery in a wealthy part of London.
Kathryn Blair was walking in Marylebone with her boyfriend and a group of friends when she was targeted, and the 25-year-old escaped unhurt.
Scotland Yard confirmed an incident involving two male suspects with a gun took place in Ivor Place, Marylebone, at 8.30pm on Monday night.
A spokesman said: "The victims were a man and a woman; the suspects were two males."
Former Ken Livingstone adviser Lee Jasper, who is an official for the Respect Party, was slated on Twitter for a provocative reaction to the incident.
The incident is being linked with another attempted robbery nearby half-an-hour earlier.
The police spokesman added: "On both occasions a firearm was seen but not used - no shots were fired.
"None of the victims were injured and nothing was stolen during the incidents."
The first incident occurred in Boston Place at 8pm and involved a female victim and a male suspect.
Officers from Westminster borough are investigating both attempted robberies.
No arrests have been made.