Britain will act on any recommendations from a probe into a fire that ripped through an apartment block and killed at least 58 people, ministers said, responding to a tragedy their critics said showed something had gone "badly wrong" in the country.
Station Manager Ben King said: "She just turned up at the station and knocked on the window and said she has some cakes for us".
She added: "There are people in there, obviously, who have been subject to a very intense fire, and that will make some of the identification very hard, which is why it's even more important that we make sure we do this in a measured, careful and very well managed way".
"When it is put to the test, the United Kingdom is determined in the face of adversity", writes the very popular sovereign, who observed Saturday morning a minute of silence in tribute to the victims.
Theresa May announced the money will be extracted from the £5 million Government fund announced on Friday after the 24-storey block in north Kensington was ravaged by fire on Wednesday.
"What is important for me is to find answers for those families who have been directly affected".
O'Connor is believed to be safe following the blaze, however Elgwahry is missing alongside her 64-year-old mother Eslah and Choucair is feared to be dead alongside husband Bassem, mother Sirria and three daughters aged 14, 11 and three.
He urged those people to make themselves known to the authorities. The country had held a minute's silence for the victims.
The police investigation will be "wide ranging", according to the Met, looking at the construction of the building, the recent refurbishment, how it was managed and maintained, and fire safety measures. "So we opened the door to her and then she took her sunglasses off and said: 'Hi, I'm Adele'".
"Their job was to listen to the tenants and make sure homes were safe and they didn't do that".
The government has sent in a team of civil servants to to help with the relief effort.
Those who lost their home will also be given £500 in cash, the Government announced on Sunday.
"It's not true to say there are no councillors around, it's not true to say Kensington and Chelsea council is not evident". Referring to the Grenfell tower and its sinister burned facade, the paper estimated that this "fall in the sky will forever be Theresa May's monument".