Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the opening ceremony of the memorial in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in Manchester
Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the opening ceremony of the "Glade of Light" memorial in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack that occurred at the stadium in Manchester on May 22, 2017.
For the exit, Kate Middleton chose a dark gray tweed coat dress from Michael Kors, in which she had previously gone out. She complemented the image with dark blue classic pumps with heels and earrings in the form of bees, which are the symbol of Manchester.
Prince William appeared in a formal suit — black trousers and a dark blue jacket. He gave a speech at the opening of the memorial, mentioning the death of his mother, Princess Diana. As a person who lives with his grief, I know that it is important for mourners to know that those we have lost are not forgotten. They were loved and loved, which is why memorials like The Glade of Light are so important, and that's why Catherine and I wanted to be with you today.
The terrorist attack in Manchester occurred in the spring of 2017 at the stadium in Manchester during a concert by singer Ariana Grande. As a result of the explosion, 22 people were killed, including several children, and another 120 people were injured. After the tragedy, many residents of the city got a tattoo in the form of a bee in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack. They were joined by Ariana Grande, who got a tattoo with the symbol of the city behind her ear.