Alongside with her family, Adele visited a nearby vigil for the dead and missing, reportedly "asking if anyone needed help". The Grenfell Tower blaze was particularly personal to fellow musician Rita Ora.
Adele is one of several celebrities to have spoken out in a bid to help the residents of the West London tower block, following the devastating blaze.
The singer, along with her husband Simon Konecki, was spotted last night around where the tragic disaster occurred, with eyewitnesses saying that she was going around hugging people. She appeared in a low-key profile in London, on June 14, in order to support the loved ones of the victims of that unfortunate incident. She could also be seen loading bottles of water and food into vans.
The death toll is expected to continue to rise as emergency services work their way through the debris, while 18 people fight for their lives in critical care.
The 26-year-old singer turned up at a help point with a blue rucksack on Wednesday.
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She later posted on Instagram: 'This is my neighbourhood I can't believe this is happening.
Rita had previously taken to Instagram to say that she had played in the tower block as a child while growing up in the area.
She added on Twitter: "Shocked and devastated to hear this bad news".
Update 6/15, 11 a.m.: Rita Ora also joined in the efforts to hand out clothes, water, and food to people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
One person who visited the scene of the disaster was Adele and she has been praised by many people on Twitter for not only the humility she showed at the scene but also the fact she didn't seek any publicity whilst she was there.