Ariana Grande gave away 1,000 gifts to Manchester children who spent Christmas in hospital, we have learned.
The charity Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital has revealed the pop star’s generous gift.
The gifts were distributed to children’s wards and newborn intensive care units at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, North Manchester General Hospital, Wythenshawe Hospital and Saint Mary’s Hospital.
Each child received two gifts.
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It’s not the first time that Grande, who has had close ties to the city since the terror attack at her Manchester Arena concert in 2017 in which 22 people were killed, has been spreading Christmas cheer. .
Last year she donated a £100 Amazon voucher to each child at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary.
Millie Stacey, Director of Manchester Foundation Trust Charity, said: “It’s so wonderful that our family of hospitals still hold a special place in Ariana’s heart.
“We were so touched to know that she was thinking of all the children and babies who would be spending time in the hospital over Christmas.”