Adele and kids affected by the Grenfell Tower blaze spent together a wonderful day off last week. The singer hosted a private screening of Despicable Me 3 for the children.
Adele was one of the first British stars who called for donations to be made to the Grenfell Tower victims, the singer urged her fan to do it during her recent concert at London’s Wembley Stadium.
On Thursday, the 29-year-old singer treated the young survivors of the devastating incident, which killed around 80 people when the fire engulfed the building in west London in June this year, to a screening of Despicable Me 3 at London’s Whiteley’s cinema.
According to Adele, helping to each other is an integral part of raising the kids, the singer – who has four-year-old son Angelo with her partner Simon Konecki – and she wants to raise a kind-hearted person who is able to stretch the hand of help.
Adele and the had a lot of fun during the day in Despicable Me 3
The Rolling in the Deep hitmaker tried to do her best to entertain kids who survived in that horrifying Grenfell blaze, the singer also invited real-life Minions to meet and greet the little Londoners to help distract them from thinking about the disastrous event in their life.
Adele’s screening is not the first time she has shown her support for the victims of the blaze. Shortly after the fire broke out, she visited the site, and later met with the firefighters, who battled tough conditions to save as many people as they could, at Chelsea Fire Station.