Saffie Rose Roussos has become the face of tragedy following the terrorist bombing outside Manchester Arena Monday night moments after an Ariana Grande concert.
The 8-year-old attended the concert with her mother and sister, Ashlee, who survived but was seriously injured. Saffie Rose perished in the attack that claimed the lives of 22 people.
The child’s face was on a majority of British newspapers and her image has been seen around the world.
Other victims, including Olivia Campbell, loved Ariana Grande and she even had her own dreams of pop stardom. She twice auditioned to appear on Britain’s Got Talent.
Her mother, Charlotte, broke hearts around the world as she desperately looked for her 15-year-old daughter in the hours immediately following the terror attack.
On Wednesday, Good Morning Britain hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid broke the news that Olivia had been killed.
“It's very sad," Morgan said. "I think yesterday we were all incredibly moved by Charlotte Campbell, the mum who couldn't find her little girl, 15. Hoping and praying she would turn up. Charlotte put out a message today that says, ‘Olivia, gone too soon, never will be forgotten. Love you.’ It's incredibly sad."
Kelly Brewster was taking her niece to see Ariana Grande; she reportedly died while shielding the little girl from shrapnel.
Angelika Klis and her husband, Marcin, came to pick up their teenage daughters at the concert. They both perished in the attack.
Best girlfriends Lisa Lees, 43, and Alison Howe, 45, took their daughters to the show. The girls survived but both mothers lost their lives.
Martyn Hett, 29, was known as the life of the party. He was once a contestant on a reality show called Come Dine With Me.
John Atkinson was 26 and a dancer, his friends called him "one in a million.”
Meeting Ariana Grande was a dream come true for Georgina Callander. She was one of the first victims named.
And 14-year-old Nell Jones was a popular girl in her class. The headmaster at her school said the students feel like they've lost a sister.