Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on Saturday laid a floral wreath at the Bataclan concert venue where 90 people were killed during the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris.
"Paris, je t'aime (I love you) & I pray for you," reads the card on the wreath of orchids & roses, signed simply "Arnold".
The actor & former body builder is in Paris to lend star power to the UN climate conference under way in the French capital.
Michele Sabban, president of Regions of Climate Action (R20), a non-profit environmental organisation founded by Schwarzenegger, accompanied him to the wreath-laying.
The Bataclan, the site where the worst of the attacks took place on a night that saw 130 people killed & hundreds more injured across Paris, has seen a steady stream of visitors coming to pay their respects.
Other Hollywood stars in Paris for the climate talks include Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Penn & Robert Redford.