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UK school confirms student, 15, killed in Manchester blast

UK school confirms student, 15, killed in Manchester blast

And her professional mask - very understandably - slipped momentarily this morning as she and Good Morning Britain co-anchor Piers Morgan interviewed a frantic mum whose daughter Olivia is missing following the Manchester terror attack.

"I'm anxious sick, if anybody has seen her please contact the police", Charlotte Campbell told the BBC, explaining her daughter had gone to the concert with a friend.

Later on Facebook she wrote; "RIP my darling precious gorgeous girl Olivia Campbell taken far far too soon - go sing with the angels and keep smiling mummy loves you so much".

Miss Skellern said on Monday: "Olivia's lovely, just a normal 15-year-old".

Schoolgirls as young as eight and parents who had come to pick up their children were also among those killed in the suicide bomb attack.

Olivia Campbell is one of 22 victims killed in the attack.

The Ariana Grande fan has been described as "simply a attractive little girl who was loved by everyone".

In the aftermath of the attack, people were reporting that a woman named Paula Robinson from West Dalton had taken unaccompanied teenagers to a nearby hotel and shared her phone number. She was waiting for Ariana Grande to come on.

The attack happened on Monday night after the Ariana Grande concert had finished and fans were leaving Manchester Arena. Mrs Rees said she had been teaching Olivia every Tuesday afternoon for nearly two years and she could turn her voice to any genre of music.

She's also due to visit Germany, Switzerland, Brazil, Japan and Thailand before a final stop in Hong Kong in September - but there's been no word from her management.

Georgina, from Chorley, was in her second year of studying health and social care at Runshaw College in Leyland, Lancashire, and had previously been a pupil at Bishop Rawstorne Church of England Academy. He did not give the couple's names but the daughter of Marcin and Angelika Klis has been publicly searching for her parents since the explosion.

The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed in a statement that two Polish nationals were killed in the attack. Waszczykowski added that the children were safe. If she is out there, just phone, just phone.

Friends, loved ones and strangers have commented on Alex Klis' photo on Facebook, sharing their condolences. "Nell was a very bright and popular student". "It feels like they have lost a sister not a classmate".

Before the attack, Olivia had been looking at her options for furthering her dream.

"Family was her life and we are all obviously devastated by her loss".

"Kelly really was the happiest she has ever been and we had so many things planned together". "We hope to draw from the courage and strength she showed in her life to get through this extremely hard time".

Jane Tweddle was a receptionist and well-loved member of the staff at the South Shore Academy in the northern English seaside town of Blackpool. She added Olivia was a keen ballroom dancer and said Olivia had made recordings for her dance teacher, which had been used for routines.

The school told CNN the family had confirmed the death to local station, BBC Radio Lincolnshire.