The pop star had just finished performing on stage in Manchester on May 22 2017 when a suicide bomber detonated an explosive device, killing 22 people.
Grande told Vogue that she suffered acute anxiety after completing her 2017 tour, but went straight into the studio to record her new album. Rather than sport her trademark high ponytail, Grande let her hair down in long blonde waves.
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The worker bee symbolises Manchester's industrial past, and was also featured at the end of Grande's music video for her recent single, "No Tears Left to Cry".
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The one year anniversary of the Manchester Bombings passed last month, the star added a small tribute to the loss and trauma of her fans by getting a bee inked behind her ear.
In a post to her own Instagram, which has so far gained 2,135,371 likes, Grande thanked the British Vogue team, writing: "I don't even know where to begin to express my love and gratitude". And although it has been a year since the terrorist attack, Grande says she doesn't think she will "ever know how to talk about it and not cry".