A memory she’ll never forget. Ariana Grande paid tribute to the victims of the Manchester bombing attack in a powerful post shared via Instagram on June 4. The songstress posted a throwback photo from her benefit concert, One Love Manchester, with an emotional message.

“Two years ago. Thanks for teaching me what love is. My heart is with u always,” Ariana, 25, captioned the image, showing herself holding back tears while surrounded by her fans. Many lives were changed forever on May 22, 2017 — as concert-goers were exiting the Manchester-based arena, a bomb detonated in the stadium, killing 22 people and injuring many more.

Ariana Grande Remembers Manchester Bombing Victims
Getty Images/Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester

Just a few days ago, Ariana shared another post honoring those who died in the attack. The “Breathin” singer shared a bee emoji (a well-known symbol of the U.K. city) to her Instagram Story on Wednesday, which marked the second anniversary of that fateful day. The Grammy-winning artist previously got a bee tattoo behind her ear as another way of paying homage.

Ariana’s mom, Joan, also took to Twitter with a message dedicated to all those impacted by the tragedy on May 23. “All my love Manchester, today and everyday … you are with me always, in my heart and in my mind,” she wrote, before sharing another photo of the 22 candles she lit for those who lost their lives. “To ALL of you who have suffered and still suffer from tremendous loss, trauma or devastating injury … I love you, I send you a warm hug, today and forever.”

Looking ahead, Ariana will be returning to the U.K city for her headlining performance at the Manchester Pride Festival. “Manchester babes, I’m so thrilled to be headlining pride,” she wrote about the August event in her caption. “My heart. I cant wait to see u and I love u so so much.”

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