Adele was spotted giving hugs at London's Grenfell Tower after deadly fire

Share

It isn't the first time Adele has shown her respect after tragedy has struck London, as back in March she told fans in Auckland that she wanted to be at home after a terror attack left four dead and 40 injured when a vehicle drove into pedestrians on Westminster bridge before a man climbed out of the auto and stabbed a police officer.

The singer, along with her husband Simon Konecki, was spotted last night around where the tragic disaster occurred, with eyewitnesses saying that she was going around hugging people.

NHS England said 74 people are being treated in six hospitals across the capital, of whom 20 are in critical care.

(Radio.com) On Wednesday (June 14), the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy shocked the world as firefighters and rescue workers fought the quickly moving flames that engulfed the entire 24-story residential building in the Notting Hill district of London.

West Londoner Rita Ora was also spotted sorting through clothing bags for families affected by the disaster, whilst TOWIE star Tommy Mallett also visited the site to bring numerous boxes of clothes for people who had lost everything in the fire.

More news: Van Drives Into Pedestrians In Finsbury Park, North London

The singer, who owns a house in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea where the fire took place, wasn't the only star to offer up their support.

She later posted on Instagram: 'This is my neighbourhood I can't believe this is happening. My heart is beating so fast.

British singer Lily Allen also tweeted that if people needed shelter that they should contact her.

Rita shared her horror in a post shared online. "I used to play in that block".

'It's very odd not being home, all I want to do today is be at home with my friends and family.

Share