Rachel Zoe commemorates a year since her 10-year-old son almost died in a skiing accident.

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Rachel Zoe commemorates a year since her 10-year-old son almost died in a skiing accident.

Rachel Zoe opened up about her eldest son Skyler’s terrifying skiing accident a year after the “scariest but bravest day of his life.”

Last week, the stylist, 50, shared a video of Skyler, 10, and his brother Kaius, eight, talking to the camera about the day Skyler fell off a chairlift, while his younger sister thanked her followers for their support.

‘What most don’t know is that Kaius saved Sky’s life on that chairlift in an unfathomable way that further proved how connected they are as brothers,’ Rachel wrote in the caption.

Skyler, then nine, fell 40 feet from a ski lift at a Colorado ski resort last year, and Rachel called it a’miracle he’s alive,’ admitting she was’scarred for life’ after witnessing the accident at Little Nell in Aspen.

On the one-year anniversary of the terrifying accident, she shared a sweet video of the brothers and wrote an insightful caption about it.

‘I asked Sky how he feels today, one year after the scariest but bravest day of his life,’ she wrote.

‘What most people don’t realize is that Kaius saved Sky’s life on that chairlift in an unfathomable way, demonstrating how close they are as brothers…

‘I am eternally grateful that they are alive and well today to tell the tale.’

‘This holiday season, hug your children extra tight.’

‘Hello everyone, it’s been one year since I fell off the chairlift,’ Skyler said in his on-camera address.

I appreciate all of your help, and I’m happy, healthy, and fine.’ Now it’s your turn!’

‘I want to thank you all for supporting my brother,’ Kaius added sweetly.

Rachel Berman shares her children with her husband of 25 years, Rodger Berman, and she opened up about the horrific accident that occurred shortly after Skyler’s fall last year.

‘Sky fell 40 feet from a ski lift yesterday that could have been easily avoided if the operator had stopped the lift when he saw Sky wasn’t on from the beginning and @rbermanus screaming to stop the lift,’ she wrote.

‘Needless to say, it was a miracle and the Ski Patrol heroes who quickly put a mat under where they thought he was going to fall that saved his life or prevented what could have happened.’

‘Sky is in good spirits, though he is a little sore and bruised,’ says the narrator.

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