Newly added Victoria’s Secret model Gigi Hadid took a surprise visit to CHOC Children’s Hospital in Orange County, California over the weekend. There, the supermodel met the sick kids whom she calls her “new heroes.”

Hadid took to Instagram on Saturday to share her experience with the kids she met at the hospital. In her post, the model thanked the hospital and the Ryan Seacrest Foundation for the opportunity.

“Got to spend this afternoon with all my new heroes at @chocchildrens thanks to @ryanfoundation. _ These kids are so inspirational in their ability to find and show positivity, sense of humor, and personality regardless of their circumstances,” she captioned the photo of her smiling with a kid.

She continued, “My heart is so full today because of them. So much love.”

The 20-year-old model went to the children’s hospital just before heading to the 2015 American Music Awards as presenter on Sunday, E News reports.

In another photo she uploaded on Instagram, Hadid is seen laying on the floor with another kid named Princess. The supermodel described the photo saying, “She was tired so we decided to take a nap before pics with mom. _ Best personality. __.”

Radio host Seacrest replied to Hadid’s post on Instagram with a simple, “no thank you @gigihadid :).”

The Ryan Seacrest Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to inspire the youth through the combination of entertainment and education focused initiatives. As per the website, the foundation’s first initiative, the Seacrest Studios, includes an interaction with children's hospital patients and some of the biggest stars in the entertinment.

Hadid is the latest celebrity to support the foundation and the Seacrest Studios. For the past years, other celebrities and musicians like Ariana Grande, Bella Thorne, Britney Spears and Carrie Underwood have shared the mission and vision of the foundation. The celebrity ambassadors of the foundation are former Disney stars Selena Gomez and Nick Jonas.

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