Taylor Swift spent Saturday (March 22) visiting children at New York’s Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Taking numerous selfies with children and teens, the 24-year-old pop singer also video chatted with both parents of the patients, as well as their friends.
Taylor didn’t make any mention of her gesture online, but the patients’ parents and guardians posted images from the visit on social media accounts:
"We are still in awe, Taylor Swift is a class act all around, she was so sweet, compassionate, asked US questions, got on skype with my other daughter, stayed in our room and talked with us and was completely down to earth. She hung out with us for at least 15-20 minutes. She was ‘scheduled’ to be on our floor for 1 hour, but was here for 4.5 hours instead. Thank you Taylor, you are a beautiful woman inside and out!!" (Facebook via Shelby's Journey With Very Severe Aplastic Anemia).
"Thank you @taylorswift13 for making my cousin Ashley SO happy before her difficult week ahead. She can't stop smiling" (Twitter via @iindseylay).
"Brynlee also had a very special visitor today. Can anyone guess who this is? We probably should have taken our masks off for one picture. Oh well. If I already told you who came to visit, you're not allowed to ruin the guessing game. Very nice visitor. She even got a few smiles from Brynlee" (Facebook via Princess Warrior Brynlee).