Less than a week after the bombing Manchester Arena, Prince Harry invited former President Barack Obama to Kensington Palace to discuss the deadly terrorist attack.
The attack took place Monday at Manchester Arena after Ariana Grande finished a concert. A total of 22 people were killed, including children as young as 8. The suicide bombing is the deadliest terrorist attack the U.K. has seen since the 2005 London bombings.
According to officials at Kensington Palace, Obama "offered his condolences to the victims of the Manchester attack and support for those recovering from injuries." The two also discussed "support for veterans, mental health, conservation, empowering young people and the work of their respective foundations."
The meeting followed Obama's trip to Berlin on Thursday, where he spoke publicly about the atrocities that occurred Monday at Manchester.
"As the father of two daughters, I am heartbroken by the extraordinary tragedy that has occurred in Manchester," Obama said in a video posted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel's rep. "To all the families who have been affected, to those who are still recovering, to those who've lost loved ones, it's unimaginable to think about the cruelty and the violence that the city of Manchester has suffered. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. There are families all around the world who are grieving with you. Just know that the entire world is in solidarity with you right now."