An emotional Ariana Grande was seen for the first time since the terror attack at her Manchester concert on Monday as she touched down in her hometown of Boca Raton, Florida. The pop star could be seen in tears as she exited a private jet and was greeted by her boyfriend Mac Miller, who was waiting on the tarmac to comfort the 23-year-old singer. Ariana, who was dressed in head-to-toe black, shared a lengthy embrace and kiss with Miller before being whisked away in an SUV caravan to a family member’s home in a nearby gated community. Miller could also been seen warmly embracing Ariana’s mother Joan, who like her daughter was dressed entirely in black, and giving her a kiss on the cheek as he helped her into one of the waiting vehicles.
Police cars were also seen surrounding Joan’s nearby home, less than 24 hours after 22 people lost their lives and another 119 were injured when a improvised device went off inside Manchester Arena just moments after Ariana performed her final song.