Isabel II visits the survivors of Manchester

Isabel II visits the survivors of Manchester

The sovereign visited the pediatric hospital in Manchester in which 20 victims remain hospitalized.

Queen Elizabeth II visited the children ‘s hospital in Manchester, where doctors are struggling to save the lives of children injured in the attack occurred after a concert Ariana Grande and in which 22 people were killed in a bomb blast and more than 50 people they remain injured. A nice gesture that has been valued. “The most horrible thing of all is that they are all very young,” he told health workers.

We are still in a state of shock after the Manchester bombing. Surely like Queen Elizabeth II, who visited the pediatric center Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, where 20 wounded remain in critical condition. “The most horrible thing of all is that they are all very young,” the monarch commented to the health staff.

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It was not the only gesture since on Tuesday he sent a statement issued by Buckingham, in which he expressed his dismay at the attack. One morning he wanted to record on his official Twitter account and has published photographs with some of the victims and their relatives, to whom he has wanted to put names. “It’s lovely, it was just … awesome, I really did not expect it,” Millie Robson, 15, of Durham County, told Sky News.

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He also wanted to transmit all his support to medical personnel who work tirelessly to save lives and for the speedy recovery of at least 12 children under 16 years of age who are in the hospital. Hopefully, it will be like that. An attack that caught us very close because the family of Pep Guardiola was present at the concert.

It is clear that these gestures bring the queen closer to her people. The longest queen of Europe and that shows that when it has to be in the right place, it does not fail. Hopefully all the injured recover. While the United Kingdom continues on high alert to the possibility of an imminent terrorist act.