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Naomi Campbell, Salma Hayek and Ariana Grande send prayers and love to Beirut after explosion

She’s one of the world’s most famous supermodels.

And on Tuesday, Naomi Campbell reacted to news of the devastating explosion in Beirut, Lebanon, by sharing a photo from a fashion shoot she did in the city.

Alongside the picture, the British beauty, 50, wrote: ‘My thoughts, prayers and love go out to the people of Lebanon and their families,’ adding a broken heart emoji.

Actress Salma Hayek also took to Instagram to send thoughts and prayers to those caught up in the devastating blast that left at least 78 people dead and 4,000 wounded. 

The Frida star, 53, posted an image of the explosion that occurred at the port in Beirut and shared: ‘Today two explosions devastated the capital of the already hurting Lebanon.

‘My broken heart goes out to all the people who have lost loved ones and who are in the affected areas of my beloved Beirut.’ 

Ariana Grande shared information about the nonprofit organization Impact Lebanon that is taking donations to aid with disaster relief.

The singer, 27, explained on her Instagram Story that she is donating to the charity and urged her followers to do so as well if they are able to.

‘My heart, my love, my condolences are with Lebanon and everyone affected by the tragedy,’ she said.

Other celebrities who posted the same information about Impact Lebanon included Kylie Jenner, though without a personal message, and Stella Maxwell, and some like Heidi Klum shared the word Beirut written in white against a black background with a blood red tear.

Kate Hudson posted: ‘It’s so sad to see something so devastating and breaks my heart for everyone who’s affected. Sending love and prayers.’ 

The explosion occurred at 6:18 p.m. local time on Tuesday producing a huge mushroom cloud and a shock wave that shattered windows and damaged buildings for miles.

The blast was so powerful it was felt in Cyprus which is 120 miles away.

Authorities in Lebanon have said it was caused by the ignition of a huge store of ammonium nitrate that was kept in a warehouse at the port.

The president of Lebanon has declared three days of mourning for the victims.

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