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Ariana Grande tops charts following Manchester terror attack

Ariana Grande's One Last Time is number one on the UK iTunes chart after fans campaigned to get the singers tune top of the charts in memory of the victims of the Manchester terror attack. The track was the last song played at Monday night's gig before a bomb exploded in the foyer of the Manchester Arena, killing 22 people, including children, and injuring dozens more.

Fans took to twitter urging the public to download the tune as tribute to the victims, and radio stations began to play the song prompting emotional reactions from fans.

One Last Time, is a track from her 2014 album, My Everything, and originally peaked at Number 24 on the Official Chart back in June 2015.

Ariana sent an emotional tweet after the attack, expressing her distress, and has subsequently suspended her tour.

The pop singer's management team said: 'Due to the tragic events in Manchester the Dangerous Woman tour with Ariana Grande has been suspended until we can further assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost.'

Unconfirmed reports have circulated online about Grande's plans to pay for the victims' funerals. Fans have also suggested that the proceeds from her single this week may be donated to support victims and their families.

Anthea Turner: Life after divorce

Last week, Anthea Turner spoke candidly to Lorraine about her divorce and how it left her feeling depressed and drinking too much.

This week Anthea's on location visiting Lorraine viewer Maria as she shares her experience with Anthea as she goes through her own divorce.

Prince Philip steps down from royal duties

Buckingham Palace has announced that from the autumn of this year His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh will no longer carryout public engagements.

'In taking this decision, The Duke has the full support of The Queen. Prince Philip will attend previously scheduled engagements between now and August, both individually and accompanying The Queen. Thereafter, The Duke will not be accepting new invitations for visits and engagements, although he may still choose to attend certain public events from time to time.

The Duke of Edinburgh is Patron, President or a member of over 780 organisations, with which he will continue to be associated, although he will no longer play an active role by attending engagements.'

The palace have confirmed that The Queen will continue to carry out official engagements 'with the support of members of the Royal Family'.