"Love you so very much".
"The resilience and determination shown by this city in the 12 months since is testament to that".
An estimated 3,000 singers were thought to be at the open-air Manchester Together - With One Voice event to perform songs by some of the city's most successful bands.
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Around an hour and a half later, at 10.31pm, bells on Manchester Town Hall, St Ann's Church, and St Mary's RC Church rang to mark the time the bomb went off one year ago.
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Along with Prince William and the prime minister, other dignitaries present included the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon and the Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, but an investigation into how the attack came about is still ongoing. Earlier in the day, Prince William and Prime Minister Theresa May joined the families of victims at a special remembrance service held at Manchester Cathedral. "Thinking of you all today and every day", she wrote, with an emoji of the bumblebee which is a symbol of Manchester.
The 24-year-old singer took to social media to send her love and warmth to the people in London through a series of tweets.
A minute's silence took place at 2.30pm and was marked across the country. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 a year ago, which killed 22 people.
"The targeting of the young and innocent as they enjoyed a carefree night out. was an act of sickening cowardice", Theresa May wrote in the city's local paper the Manchester Evening News. Thinking of the 22 who lost their lives and those who lost loved ones.
People laid flowers and cards in St Ann's Square, which became a focal point for mourners after the attack. More than 7,000 handmade stitched hearts have also been dotted around the city centre, with people encouraged to smile on the day. Others left hand-written notes on Japanese maples that have been planted to form a "Trees of Hope" trail through the city.