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Rebecca Wheble Biography

Rebecca Wheble A brave Girl from Manchester, was caught up in the suicide bombing in May 2017 which claimed the lives of 22 people including young children.

Rebecca Wheble Current City

Currently, She is Living in Ormskirk.

Rebecca Wheble Age

She is 20 Years old girl.

Rebecca Wheble Education

Rebecca Wheble Went to St Bede’s High School, Ormskirk From 2009 to 2014Ormskirk

She graduated from St John Rigby Form College, Orrel Manchester, the United Kingdom From 2014 to Jun 23, 2016.

Rebecca Wheble Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/rebecca.wheble

Rebecca Wheble Linkedin

https://uk.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-wheble-124217170

 

Rebecca Wheble As Fitness Trainer

She plays a very active role at to social media platforms, the incredible fitness classes and personal training programs she offers many services through social media account as her programs are arranged as per the following name at Gym Reb3l and to build links with local businesses in Liverpool to offer them and their employees access to Their exclusive Corporate Wellness Programs
Fitness Classes:

Reb3l Yoga: A 45-minute yoga classes with backing music of R ‘n’ B, Soul, Trance and Pop. Provide all the benefits of traditional yoga but ditch the ‘Mmmmm’ at the door

Reb3l Rumble: A 30-minute high-intensity boxing classes which are the perfect stress reliever. Punch the pads and hit the bags and then finish with a complete abs workout

Reb3l Tonic: There is nothing better than the perfect tonic both at the bar and in the gym! And Reb3l Tonic gives you the complete lower body workout focusing on your legs, bum, and abs… the perfect class… with a twist!

She Has also a website as a trainee

About Ariana Attack Manchester United Kingdom

The Manchester Arena bombing was a suicide bombing attack in Manchester, the United Kingdom on 22 May 2017. A radical Islamist detonated a shrapnel-laden homemade bomb as people were leaving the Manchester Arena following a concert by the American singer Ariana Grande.

Twenty-three people died, including the attacker, and 139 were wounded, more than half of them children. Several hundred more suffered psychological trauma. The bomber was Salman Ramadan Abedi, a 22-year-old local man of Libyan ancestry. After initial suspicions of a terrorist network, police later said they believed Abedi had largely acted alone but that others had been aware of his plans.

The incident was the deadliest terrorist attack and the first suicide bombing in the United Kingdom since the 7 July 2005 London bombings.

How Brave Rebecca Wheble Claimed Lives of 22 Peoples

Brave Rebecca Wheble, 20, from Manchester, was caught up in the suicide bombing in May 2017 which claimed the lives of 22 people including young children

Speaking to FEMAIL, she explained: ‘I’ve been an Ariana fan since 2012 and have supported her through every tour and every release, so naturally I had to see her at Pride.

‘I’ve always been a lover of Pride and what it represents, so the two went perfectly together.’

Becca attended Ariana’s concert alone in 2017, so was by herself when suicide bomber Salman Abedi set off a ball bearing bomb in the foyer area of Manchester Arena.

‘With that came having to deal with everything on my own,’ she explained.

Rebecca Wheble is an Ariana Fan?

Speaking to FEMAIL, she explained: ‘I’ve been an Ariana fan since 2012 and have supported her through every tour and every release, so naturally I had to see her at Pride.

‘I’ve always been a lover of Pride and what it represents, so the two went perfectly together.’

Becca attended Ariana’s concert alone in 2017, so was by herself when suicide bomber Salman Abedi set off a ball bearing bomb in the foyer area of Manchester Arena.

As a tribute to the 22 people who lost their lives on May 21 two years ago, Becca got the ‘ribbon memorial’ tattoo on her wrist

‘To say Sunday was hard is an understatement. At the end of the day, it’s my body’s way of trying to keep myself safe, which is why it was so good to be able to have people around me who understood.

‘They let me breathe and were so understanding. We did it – and I’m so proud of that.’

Rebecca Wheble An attendant – Ariana Attack 2017

Becca attended the One Love Manchester concert which Ariana played as a tribute to those affected by the attack in May 2017

Speaking to FEMAIL, Becca told how the performer gave the crowd a ‘sense of security’.

‘There’s something magical about Ariana on stage,’ she said. ‘She makes you feel like you’re safe.

‘She showed that at One Love two years ago and did it again on Sunday. Not many artists can make you feel that way. It’s pretty special.’

This time Becca went to watch the singer with friends who were also caught up in the terror attack – but it was the kindness of strangers which she described as ‘phenomenal’.

‘Everyone around me and my friends was amazing,’ she said. ‘At the end of the day, it’s Pride and a celebration of the LGBTQ community.

Ariana Grande, pictured performing at the Manchester Arena before suicide bomber Salman Abedi set off a ball bearing bomb in the foyer area

Ariana Grande, pictured performing at the Manchester Arena before suicide bomber Salman Abedi set off a ball bearing bomb in the foyer area.

Rebecca Wheble Caught Up Terror – She was Declared as Brave

Becca went to watch the singer at Pride with friends who were also caught up in the terror attack – but it was the kindness of strangers which she described as ‘phenomenal’

‘Everyone was so welcoming. The support around me and my friends was phenomenal after they realized we were at Manchester two years ago.

‘We ended up holding hands, being there for each other and just dancing with one another. These were complete strangers, now they’re my friends. It’s so amazing.’

Prior to the terror attack, Becca had already been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and depression, but she said it ‘definitely got worse’ afterward.

‘It’s hard putting myself in situations as I’m scared of the unknown,’ she said.

Fast Facts You Must Need to Know

  • EXCLUSIVE: Rebecca Wheble, 20, was caught up in terror attack in May 2017
  • Suicide bomber blew himself up at Ariana Grande concert, killing 22 people
  • Youtuber, who vlogs as Becca Jayne, said she was in shock afterwards for a year
  • Becca, from Manchester, is a huge Ariana fan and felt she ‘had’ to see her at Pride

 

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