Sharon Stone asks for prayers after nephew suffers organ failure

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CANNES, FRANCE - JULY 17: Sharon Stone attends the final screening of
Sharon Stone has asked for prayers. (Lionel Hahn/Getty Images)

Sharon Stone has asked for prayers after her nephew suffered “total organ failure”.

The Basic Instinct star, 63, posted a message on Instagram telling her fans that they need “a miracle”.

Sharing a message of the little boy in hospital, she wrote: “My nephew and godson River Stone was found in his crib w total organ failure today.

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“Please pray for him."

“We need a miracle,” added the star.

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TV star Sharon Osbourne was among those to send messages of support.

“Bless him, sending so much love and prayer,” the former X Factor judge wrote in the comments section.

Model and presenter Ruby Rose said she would be praying for River and the rest of the family.

Actor Kate Hudson said that she was “sending light and healing love” and musician Chantelle Delaney Sinclair posted: “Oh Sharon. River, sending you so much love and strength beautiful boy. So much love to you all.”

“Stay strong little River,” said actor Leslie Jordan.

Singer Gloria Estefan said she was praying for River's total recovery.

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Ratched star Stone is mum to three boys herself.

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The actor adopted Roan in 2000, Laird in 2005 and Quinn in 2006.

Speaking in 2017, she said: "Motherhood didn’t come easily, but it came lovingly to me by angel.

"We’re a happy and lucky family. That is the credo we stand for.”

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