Ariana Grande's message of support during 1 year anniversary of Manchester Arena attack
Today marks the one year anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack in which 22 people lost their lives and hundreds of others were injured after a bomb was detonated at the end of a concert on May 22, 2017.
Ariana Grande has reached out and tweeted: "thinking of you all today and every day 🐝I love you with all of me and am sending you all of the light and warmth I have to offer on this challenging day".
The bee represents the city's hard working past and was shared on social media following the terror attack last year.
A charity which supports victims of terror attacks, including survivors of the Manchester bombing, has been given an extra £50,000 ($67,268 USD) to keep it running for another four years. The money was donated by the Manchester Tattoo appeal, set up to support families of those killed or injured in the Manchester Arena attack.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, brother to newly wed Prince Harry, is due shortly to join the families of victims and emergency workers at a remembrance service which will be held in Manchester at 2pm GMT (9am EST) today.
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