Now There's Video Footage of the Queen's Visits With Manchester Bombing Victims
We're all still working to make sense of the terror attack that happened shortly after Ariana Grande finished a concert in Manchester early this week. But even as details about the attack are still being pieced together, there are a few bright spots in the coverage of the aftermath.
One of those? Queen Elizabeth II's visit to the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, where she met with injured victims of the attack and the doctors, nurses and emergency personnel who have been treating them. It all got caught on video and in a lot of sweet photos.
First, she made her entrance through a long line of hospital staff, ready to greet her
Before seeing any of the attack victims, the queen met with doctors, firefighters and others who were heroes in the face of the terrorist bombing.
She chatted with them
And shook their hands
Then, it was on to meet with the injured survivors of the attack
This is 14-year-old Evie Mills and her dad. Her sock game is on point:
Even the queen looks impressed by her stylish footwear.
15-year-old Millie Robson wore her Ariana Grande T-shirt for the occasion
Because nothing, not even literal terrorists, can keep these fans down.
Some of the parents were there too, even though it was a children's hospital
Both Ruth Murrel and her 12-year-old daughter Emily were injured and treated at Royal Manchester. The queen visited them both.
According to PopSugar, the queen told victims "everyone is united" after the attack. She couldn't be more right.