Ariana Grande took to Instagram yesterday to post a touching tribute to the youngest victim of the Manchester attack on what would have been her ninth birthday.
The popstar, who is currently on the South American leg of her Dangerous Woman tour, shared an image of herself on stage after performing in Buenos Aires, Argentina and took the opportunity to honour, Saffie Roussos, a young fan who died as a result of the suicide bombing which killed 22 people.
Saffie, we're 💭 of you baby 🎂" she wrote in the caption.
Following tragic event which took place at her concert in Manchester on 22 May, Ariana put together the One Love Manchester benefit concertwhich raised over £4 million for all of the victims.
Prior to the concert, she paid a surprise visit to the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital and sat at the bedside of children who were still recovering from the attack.
Jaden Farrell-Mann, 10, was left with fractures to both her legs and shrapnel wounds from the terror attack and has undergone two operations.
The youngster happily tweeted: "I got to meet my queen today love you @ArianaGrande xxxxxx"
The singer also had photos with nurses at the hospital and dozens of other patients including 14-year-old Evie Mills.
The horrific incident took place at around 10.35pm on 22 May after Grande performed her final song from the Dangerous Woman tour.