As Manchester and the world try to come to terms with the horrific terrorist attack on Monday night, vigils have been held as a sign of solidarity.
The atrocity stole the lives of 22 people and injured a further 119 following an Ariana Grande concert.
There were heartbreaking scenes in Bury, Manchester as the devastated mother of 15-year-old aspiring pop star Olivia Campbell, who was killed in the attack, broke down.
After frantically searching for their missing daughter, the family were dealt the earth-shattering news that she had died in the blast.
Next to a photo of her daughter, Olivia’s mother Charlotte Campbell posted on Facebook:
‘RIP my darling precious gorgeous girl Olivia Campbell taken far far too soon, go sing with the angels and keep smiling, mummy loves you so much.’
Olivia’s mother was comforted by the teenager’s stepfather Paul Hodgson during a vigil outside Bury Town Hall on Wednesday.
Today they have both revealed that they have had the emblem of Manchester – which is a bee – along with Olivia’s name and birth date – November 28, 2001 – tattooed over their hearts.
The couple also want a recording of Olivia singing to become a charity single.
They want the proceeds to help other victims’ families.
Olivia’s family plan to release a recording of her performing the John Legend hit ‘All Of Me.’
They hope it will become a ‘song for Manchester’.
Mr Hodgson, 47, said: ‘All she wanted was to be a famous singer.’
‘All Of Me was her favourite song and we want her singing it to be the song for Manchester.’