Ariana Grande sends Christmas gifts to children in Manchester hospital
"She has the sweetest and kindest soul"
Ariana Grande has once again proven she's an angel.
Ariana Grande sent bundles of Christmas gifts to children at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
The hospital publicly thanked the singer for her generosity on Twitter.
Children at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital received gifts. Patients at Wythenshawe Hospital and North Manchester General Hospital were also included in the act of kindness.
"Thank you Ariana! We were so excited to receive Christmas gifts for young patients across our hospitals from Ariana Grande.
The hospital added, "The presents were distributed to babies, children, and teenagers at RMCH."
The singer also sent gifts to St. Mary's Hospital in Manchester.
⭐ Thank you Ariana! ⭐
We were so excited to receive Christmas gifts for young patients across our hospitals from Ariana Grande 🎁
The presents were distributed to babies, children and teenagers at @RMCHosp, @TraffordHosp, @WythenshaweHosp and @NorthMcrGH_NHS pic.twitter.com/LAUtN60k59
— RMCH Charity (@RMCHcharity) December 26, 2022
The public praised the singer for being so thoughtful.
One fan wrote, "Ariana is an angel from heaven."
Another said, "She has the sweetest and kindest soul."
Another shared, "She really has a heart made of gold. I love her so much."
Grande has been supporting the people of Manchester since the devastating bombing at her Manchester concert in May 2017.
Suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a bomb at the singer's Manchester Arena show.
The harrowing attack claimed the lives of 22 people.
Just two weeks after the bombing, Grande visited the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
She also met with patients' families, as well as those who lost loved ones in the bombing.
The Side to Side singer also hosted a benefit concert in aid of the victims. The concert raised an incredible £2 million for those who died in the bombing.
We couldn't love the One Last Time singer more.