This was done privately as local kids, upset by the tragedy in their neighbourhood and wanting to help out.' Pastor Derrick Wilson, 53, told the Press Association: 'Victoria Beckham sent her children up. She sent her children, which is good."It is understood the Beckham brothers went to the church, which is near their west London home, to join local children who were keen to find ways to help.
The oldest son of former England footballer David and Spice Girl Victoria was later pictured surveying the floral tributes near the scene of the tragedy in west London.
The 32-year-old accused local authorities of being dishonest and said the media was 'downplaying' the tragedy.
She told Jon Snow on Channel 4 news Thursday evening: 'If we are talking about bringing reality into these people's lives, I think what people would really like is a more honest count of how many people have actually died in this event, how many people have been killed.'I feel like the government are trying to micro manage people's grieving here.'I have never in my entire life seen an event like this were the death count has been downplayed by the mainstream media.'Allen, who lives in the area, added: 'Seventeen?
Brooklyn Beckham looked visibly shaken as he visited the site of the Grenfell Tower disaster on Friday, hours after the teenager volunteered at a nearby church with younger brothers Romeo and Cruz.
The three sons of Victoria and David Beckham helped sort donations for the victims of the disaster that left at least 30 people dead and dozens more injured.
I do genuinely believe this will make a difference.'The Syco record label CEO's stable of artists includes Ella Eyre, Little Mix, Susan Boyle, Louisa Johnson and One Direction star Louis Tomlinson.Dressed in a white t-shirt and grey beanie hat, Brooklyn was joined by a personal security guard as he walked past railings where flowers and tributes had been placed.Brooklyn is the latest celebrity to visit the scene, following Lily Allen, Adele and Rita Ora, all of whom live close to the building.I think the thing that really hit home to me was when I was seeing that wall and I saw those messages and then when I saw how the residents immediately turned up with water and clothes and offers of shelter and everything else and that's when I thought, I'm not just going to sit here and do nothing.''For me in my position, not to do something would be appalling.So I wrote to all the record label heads and I basically said let's all work together, there's a bigger cause here.'Helping out: Simon Cowell has announced plans help victims of the Grenfell Tower blaze by donating all proceeds from the release of a yet to be announced single to those who have been affected by the tragedy He added: '[What] I'm hoping will happen with the record is that it pricks a few people's consciousness and then other people decide to do something else, because I think we can do more in addition to just the record.
While no artists have been confirmed yet, Cowell added he would 'love' to get Adele involved.