Celebrities that have shown their condolences on the 10 year anniversary of the 7/7 bombing attack.
On this very emotional day, stars including Dermot O’Leary and the TOWIE cast have come out in force to express their condolences for the 52 people that died in the 7/7 bombing attack a decade ago.
TV presenter Dermot O’Leary, 42, wrote this emotive message to his followers. And other stars reacted similarly.
The former reality TV star Kelly Osbourne, 30, expressed her disbelief on the anniversary and showed her support for the victims and families.
Amongst the stars were numours TOWIE cast members including Bobby Norris, 28, shared a prayer for the victims and familys that were affected by 7/7.
His co-star Jasmin Walia, 25, also expressed that she was thinking about the people affected by the 7/7 attack.
Georgia Kousoulou, 24, also took a moment to share a picture to her followers and expressed that the victims of 7/7 are ‘never forgotten.’
Danielle Armstrong, 27, also joined forces with her co-stars and expressed a prayer about the people affected by the events of 7/7.
Former EastEnders actress Danniella Westbrook, 41, also took to twitter to show that she was thinking of the people affected.
Radio presenter Jameela Jamil, 29, expressed the respect she felt for Britain for the remembrance of those effected by the horrific attack.
Comedian John Bishop, 48, gave an insight to the importance of the memory of the 7/7 attack and the impact that it’s anniversary has had in London.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson, 51, tweeted a picture of the memorial ceremony to remember the victims from the 7/7 attack.
UKIP politician Nigel Farage, 51, also tweeted about remembering the innocent people that were killed and affected by 7/7.
The Prime minster of the United Kingdom David Cameron, 48, expressed the severity of the attack and reminded people of the minute silence put in place to remember the innocent people killed.
Like the stars, our thoughts and prayers are with the families of those who lost their lives and to all the brave survivors.