Ariana Grande has unveiled a brand new bee tattoo in honour of the 22 victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack.
Ariana has been paying tribute to the victims of the horrific attack following its one-year anniversary on Tuesday, and was even snapped attending a family vigil by mum Joan in honour of those who had died.
Ariana’s tattoo was of the worker bee that became the symbol of Manchester solidarity following the attack, with many residents of the city following suit by getting their own inks.
Ariana also paid tribute to victims of the horrific event by attending a family vigil, and a snap of the event was shared by her mum Joan.Joan indicated that the songstress was surrounded by her closest family and friends on the anniversary, as she shared a picture on Twitter taken at their home.
The family lit 22 candles on a grand piano for the children and adults killed when a bomb was detonated at Manchester Arena on the same day in 2017.’It is unbelievable how May 22, 2017 started last year in Manchester!’ Joan wrote on Twitter.
In an interview with Time magazine published last week, Ariana described the Manchester terror attack as the ‘worst of humanity.
Scooter, 36, admitted Ariana ‘suffered from trauma’ and found it incredibly difficult as she met with 19 injured concertgoers and families at hospital following the devastating attack.
Following the devastating terror attack, Ariana took to the stage in Manchester at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground to host her star-studded One Love benefit concert.
Earlier, tens of thousands joined in song to remember the victims of the Manchester Arena attack, and in the afternoon Manchester came to a standstill for minute’s silence a year after the tragedy.