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Anne Hathaway Pays Tribute To The 9/11 Victims By Writing A Touching Letter

Anne Hathaway Pays Tribute To The 9/11 Victims By Writing A Touching Letter

Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway paid tribute to the 9/11 victims by writing a touching letter on her official Instagram page.

9/11 is the coordinated four attacks that took place on September 11, 2001, when planes hijacked by al-Qaeda terrorists carried out suicide attacks on two different targets in the United States. As a result of this attack, the World Trade Center, The Pentagon, and Shanksville buildings were destroyed.

The 37-year-old actress took to Instagram to commemorate people who died in this horrible attack. The actress also showed respect for the first responders, firemen, police officers, everyone who fought and helped there.

She said she decided to write her letter after seeing the reflection of the World Trade Center in the sky. Here’s what Anne Hathaway wrote:

“A few days ago, I was on the Long Island Sound. Suddenly, the sky shifted, and I saw the sunset reflected on the new World Trade Center, a burst of light in these days of so much destruction, a reminder of time passed. It felt like an offering. To those we lost that day, I will try to honor you by living life in appreciation for all its glory, in reverent love and overflowing gratitude for all that it is, whatever it is.

To all the babies on that day who are now full-grown, I am holding a special space for you. To all the first responders, firefighters, police officers, EMTs, everyone who was there fighting and helping, I honor you. To the loved ones whose hearts woke in fresh grief this morning, I send all my sympathy.

To New York, who is going through another hard time, I love you. We can never forget.”

See the Instagram post below.

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