Ariana Grande took some time to herself on Saturday, walking her dogs in New York as she continues to recover from the tragic death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller.
The outing came after she shared some words of wisdom and reassurance on social media for her 180.6million followers.
‘Everything will be okay,’ the 25-year-old wrote along with a picture of ominous clouds in the sky, and added ‘one day at a time.’
Healing: Ariana Grande is seen out on Saturday after sharing some inspiring words following the death of her ex Mac Miller
Sweet and emotional message: Ariana Grande shared ‘everything will be okay’ message on her social media on Saturday
The message comes about a week after she shared a video of Miller where he was wearing a sweatshirt that had the same phrase ‘everything will be ok’ written on the front.
For the most part, the No Tears Left to Cry singer has been shying away from the public spotlight since the chart-topping rapper died from an apparent drug overdose at his Los Angeles home September 7.
In one sighting, she appeared to be very somber and emotional alongside fiance Pete Davidson in New York City on Monday.
Super star: Ariana walked her dogs in a fleecy top which appeared to be falling off her shoulders
Deep in thought: The singer appeared downcast as she left her apartment solo without beau Pete Davidson
Keeping comfy: The no tears left to cry hitmaker donned grey sweatpants and white sneaker
Tribute: Grande’s ‘everything will be okay’ message comes about a week after she posted video of Miller wearing a sweatshirt with the saying on it
Sad: The messages come about two weeks after ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died from an apparent drug overdose at the age of 26
Grande and Miller started dating in 2016, and broke up this past May, just weeks before before she began her whirlwind relationship with Davidson.
‘She is absolutely heartbroken’ over his (Miller) death, a source to
‘Her entire family is in shock too,’ the source added. ‘She wanted nothing but positivity in Mac’s life after the broke up.’
By her side: Grande and fiance Pete Davidson had been shying away from public spotlight since Miller’s death; the Saturday Night Live star was spotted walking back to his NYC apartment he shares with Grande on Saturday
The way we were: Grande and Miller dated for about two years before breaking up in May 2018
This latest heartbreak comes about 16 months after a suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured more than than 500 more outside one of her concert’s in Manchester, England in May of 2017.
Grande opened up about coping with anxiety and PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) after the terrorist attack.
‘It’s hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss,’ Grande revealed in an interview with
‘I feel like I shouldn’t even be talking about my own experience — like I shouldn’t even say anything.’
‘Time is the biggest thing,’ she said of recovering from the trauma.
More heartbreak: The 25-year old star revealed she suffered from PTSD after a suicide bomber killed 22 people are injured more than 500 more outside one of her concert’s in Manchester, England in May 2017