Rock star Bono had to be rescued from a Nice restaurant by anti-terror police, it has emerged.
The U2 lead singer, 56, was on a restaurant terrace next to the seafront in the French city when the attacker drove the lorry into the crowds.
Dining with Bono on Thursday night was the celebrity chef Alain Ducasse, it has emerged.
After the atrocity U2 tweeted a picture of bandmate The Edge with the caption: "Love is bigger than anything in its way".
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls faced boos and calls to resign as he laid a wreath for the 84 people killed in the lorry attack in Nice.
Hours later Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel drove a 19-tonne lorry down the promenade killing 84 people and injuring 200 more.
France's prime minister stated on Sunday he believed the man behind the Nice lorry attack was radicalised "very quickly"