Victims of the Manchester Arena attack

A teenage girl and a popular blogger who was preparing for a holiday of a lifetime are among the latest victims of the Manchester terror attack to be named.

Singer Olivia Campbell, 15, and 32-year-old Kelly Brewster tragically lost their lives when terrorist Salman Abedi blew himself up at the Manchester Arena on Monday night.

Olivia’s devastated mother, Charlotte, was seen on TV yesterday pleading for any information about her daughter.

But later yesterday Mrs. Campbell confirmed that her “darling, gorgeous, precious girl” was one of the victims of the attack.

Here are images of most of the 22 victims killed in the attack.

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Victims of the Manchester Arena attack

Photos from top left: Martyn Hett via Facebook, PA via AP, Kelly Brewster via Facebook, Charlotte Campbell via Twitter, Georgina Callander via Instagram via Reuters, Hollie Webb via Facebook, Facebook, GMP via Twitter (3), GMP via AP, GMP via Twitter, Facebook, GMP via Twitter, Deborah Hutchinson via Facebook, Sasha Howe via Facebook (2), Alex Klis via Facebook (2), BBC News via Twitter, S. A. Taylor via Twitter.

Floral tributes in St Ann’s Square

Floral tributes in St Ann’s Square in Manchester, northwest England, on May 23, 2017, laid as a mark of respect to those killed and injured in a deadly terror attack at the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena on May 22. (Photo: Ben Stansall AFP/Getty Images)

John Atkinson

John Atkinson. (Photo: Facebook)

Courtney Boyle

Courtney Boyle. (Photo: Greater Manchester Police via Twitter)

Kelly Brewster

Kelly Brewster. (Photo: Kelly Brewster via Facebook)

Georgina Callander with Ariana Grande

Georgina Callander, first Manchester attack victim named, pictured with Ariana Grande in 2015. (Photo: lorenandmadison‏ via Twitter)

Olivia Campbell

Olivia Campbell. (Photo: Charlotte Campbell via Twitter)

Chloe Rutherford & Liam Curry

Chloe Rutherford & Liam Curry. (Photo: Greater Manchester Police via Twitter)

Wendy Fawell

Wendy Fawell. (Photo: S. A. Taylor via Twitter)

Martyn Hett

Martyn Hett. (Photo: Martyn Hett via Facebook)

Alison Howe

Alison Howe. (Photo: Sasha Howe via Facebook)

Nell Jones

Nell Jones. (Photo: Hollie Webb via Facebook)

Michelle Kiss

Michelle Kiss. (Photo: Greater Manchester Police via Twitter)

Marcin and Angelika Klis. (Alex Klis via Facebook)

Marcin and Angelika Klis. (Photo: Alex Klis via Facebook)

Sorrell Leczkowski

Sorrell Leczkowski. (Photo: Facebook)

Lisa Lees

Lisa Lees. (Photo: Sasha Howe via Facebook)

Eilidh MacLeod

Eilidh MacLeod. (Photo: Greater Manchester Police via Twitter)

Elaine McIver

Elaine McIver. (Photo: Greater Manchester Police via AP

Saffie Rose Roussos

Saffie Rose Roussos. (Photo: PA via AP)

Philip Tron

Philip Tron. (Photo: Deborah Hutchinson via Facebook)

Jane Tweddle-Taylor

Jane Tweddle-Taylor. (Photo: BBC News via Twitter)

A message is written on the pavement

A message is written on the pavement in Manchester, England, Tuesday May 23, 2017, the day after the suicide attack at an Ariana Grande concert that left 22 people dead as it ended on Monday night. (Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth)