Coronation Street star Faye Brooks has paid tribute to those who lost their lives in the Manchester terror attack with a tattoo.
The soap actress, 30, revealed she has had the worker bee, a long-standing symbol for the English city, inked at the top her back in an Instagram story on Tuesday.
The post also saw the Mancunian declare how 'proud' she was of her hometown, while also tagging singer Ariana Grande, whose concert was targeted in the vicious terror attack.
In remembrance: Coronation Street star Faye Brooks has paid tribute to those who lost their lives in the Manchester terror attack with a worker bee tattooiPhone transfer software
Faye's tattoo came as the world mourned the 22 people who lost their lives in the atrocity exactly one year on.
Faye's Coronation Street co-star Connor McIntyre also remembered one of the victims, soap super-fan Martyn Hett, by sharing a picture of himself with the fan.
He tweeted the caption: '#ManchesterTogether #BeMoreMartyn #22 (sic).'
A number of cast members, including Catherine Tyldesley (Eva Price), Jane Danson (Leanne Battersby) and Samia Longchambon (Maria Connor) also paid tribute to the victims from inside the soap's Rovers Return.