US pop singer Ariana Grande is to play a special gig for the victims of Manchester on Sunday June 4.
It will be held at the Old Trafford cricket ground. She will have a stellar support group with her. It includes Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus.
In the meantime, watch the video of What Queen Said to Manchester Injured. It was a surprise visit
The Queen condemned the “wicked” Manchester attack as she met children injured by the suicide bombing.
She visited Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital where she also spoke with staff who have treated the victims.
The Queen expressed shock that young people had been targeted in the bombing at an Ariana Grande concert.
At least six children were killed in Monday’s blast, including an eight-year-old girl, and a number of others were seriously injured.
The Queen praised hospital staff for coming together after hearing how many had come in from home offering their assistance in the wake of the attack.
Her Majesty had officially condemned the bombing soon after it happened. Her visit to Manchester was unusual not only by showing up but also allowing her chats with patients to be video-ed.
The Queen met Evie Mills 14 from Harrogate. They had a chat about Ariana Grande. She also met Millie Robson 15 who suffered leg injuries. Millie’s Dad was also there.
It is expected that some of the patients will be discharged Bank Holiday weekend. However, there are many who will remain because they need long-term treatment.
Emotions continued to run high in Manchester and across the nation. An innocent occasion blown up, killing 22 and injuring more than 60.
video: BBC production
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