Ariana Grande visited the children affected by the explosion during her concert in Manchester on May 23rd. It was reported by the British newspaper Daily Mirror. Grande paid a visit to the Royal Children's Hospital of Manchester, where immediately after the attack, 12 children under the age of 16, who were injured in the attack were sent.

The singer talked with the patients, their relatives, and doctors. According to the publication, the 23-year-old singer brought gifts to the children, learned about their health, took photos with the young patients and gave them autographs.

Many parents could not hold their tears, noted the Daily Mirror.

Grande told an 8-year-old fan, who was injured in the Manchester Arena attack, that she was proud of her, during a surprise hospital visit on Friday evening.

One of these girls was Ten-year-old Jaden Farrell Mann. In the terrible explosion, she received serious injuries to her legs and shrapnel wounds. Jaden has undergone two operations.

Lily Harrison is recovering after suffering a shrapnel wound and bruised lung during the atrocity.

Two days after the attack, Queen Elizabeth II visited the Royal Children's Hospital to meet the wounded children.

The head of state discussed the concert with the children and called Ariana Grande "a very good singer."

The Charity Concert on June 4

This Sunday at the Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester, a charity concert, "One Love Manchester" will be held to help the victims of the terrorist attack and which aims to raise millions of pounds.

Tickets for the event were sold out in six minutes. The proceeds will be transferred to the emergency fund "One Love Manchester," established by the city council together with the British Red Cross to help those affected by the Terrorist Attack.

In the concert, Ariana Grande will be joined by Coldplay, Take That, Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Robbie Williams, Usher, Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, Little Mix and Niall Horan.

Night of terror

The explosion at the Manchester Arena indoor stadium was on the night of May 23 immediately after Grande's speech was over.

The explosive device went off outside the concert hall - in the foyer. Many of the victims of the terrorist attack, carried out by a British suicide bomber with parents of Libyan origin, were adolescents and children. Salman Abedi the suicide bomber died in the explosion, taking other lives with him.