Tonight Henry posted a new message in support of Britain, following the terror attack in London.
"Londoners will never be cowed by terrorism" - London Mayor @SadiqKhan on #Westminster terror attack https://t.co/86W3BGp62q pic.twitter.com/cBFpDj5xU9— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) March 22, 2017
It came on the one year anniversary of the attacks in Brussels, that prompted Warner Bros. to cancel the press line at the London Batman v Superman premiere last March.
Nomis director David Raymond, who is from London, also shared his words of encouragement.
Mission:Impossible 6 director, Christopher McQuarrie, said it all with an image.
Our thoughts are with you London.
Thoughts and prayers are with you tonight London <3ReplyDelete
Stay Brave, Britain! Let nothing bring you down...ReplyDelete
Yes stay brave and stronge. the lord is with you. stay warm cheersDelete
I agree Heidi, stay brave and strong! our prayers are with you London.Delete
As someone who lives in London and works in Westminster I thank you all for your kind words. Rebecca (the translator). xxxDelete
Stay safe Rebecca. xxDelete
My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims also. What a lovely message of support from Henry. He looks so hurt by this senseless attack in his home town that I just want to give him a big hug. ��ReplyDelete
I'm in London and I didn't hear this news until today! What exactly happened?! This is too confusing to me. Why am I so behind when there was a TERROR attack where I am currently at! I could've been killed and I didn't even know. :'(ReplyDelete
That's really strange as most of Westminster has been closed off since it happened and its been all over the news. There was even a candle lit vigil at Trafalgar Square where thousands turned up yesterday. As for what happened, just read the news.Delete
How?! Are you sure you're in London and didn't travel elsewhere and just forget where you are lol. It's been on the news globally how anybody could have missed this is beyond me.Delete
I have no idea how anyone could have missed this, especially if they are in London. I do live and work in London and can't see how anyone here could have missed knowing about the attack. It was plastered across the front pages of all the newspapers even the Metro which is a free paper given away on the underground.Delete