Some of England's most recognizable faces came together on Thursday morning in remembrance of the 71 victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry and Adele were among those that gathered at St. Paul's Cathedral in London for a memorial service to honor the victims of the tragedy. Also in attendance were Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla and Prime Minister Theresa May.
During the ceremony, Adele was reportedly seen wiping away tears. The singer, who memorably rushed to the scene of the emergency back in June to lend a hand, was joined by Carey Mulligan and her husband, Mumford & Sons singer Marcus Mumford.
The BBC reports that over 1,500 people showed up for the memorial service, including many of the rescue workers and survivors of the fire.
The Grenfell Tower fires left 71 dead, over 70 injured and hundreds homeless after the 24-story apartment building burned down on June 14.
Both Adele and the royal family have been vocal in their support for the victims' families in the six months since the disaster. Queen Elizabeth and Prince William visited the site of the fire two days after it occurred, and William's Royal Foundation with Kate and Harry set up a community hub to continue to aide those affected by the fire.
For her part, Adele has raised money for victims through her London concerts, organized a private screening of "Despicable Me 3" for the children who survived and urged her fans to sign on petition to urge the government to look into the origins of the fire.
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